Honestly I wouldn't waste your money on a cam until you pull the head off and do some good porting to it. The heads are the real restriction in this engine, the cam is actually quite a good grind stock. With some basic portmatching on the head and some reshapeing of the intake port and a good valve job the engine will really light up. If you have this done though, be sure it is by someone who knows what they are doing with the ford 2.3 heads. No matter what else you do to the engine you really won't get any gain until you get the head taken care of.
'94 2.3L, M5OD, BW1354 manual, 4x4, 31x10.5 BFG A/Ts, 15x8 AR Chamber teflon rims, 7.5 4.10 lock-right w/disks, D44 SAS 4.10 aussie-locker, duff traction bars, electric fans, spintech muffler, duff poly body mount bushings, Lightforce RMDL140's, cobra 18wxst II, herculined floor, 375,XXX
'87 camaro 305 carbed (needs engine)
'92 subaru legacy 2.2L Turbo (needs tranny)
TRS Tech Support Staff