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Old 11-28-2007
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I am: Jordan Caverlee
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Just a couple questions some of you more experienced people may know

Has anyone ever checked out this cam?

Has anyone ever had good luck with it? The M-6250-A-234 model.
and yes i kno i should trade for a 4.0 if i want performance, but i dont care i like my truck so please respect that and dont tell me what i already know lol

and also i am having a machine tech guy make a throttle body plate for my 302 throttle body that i am putting on my ranger, if anyone has experience doing this please let me know your results.

Thanks alot, Jordan
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Old 11-28-2007
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not many people cam their 2.3's ive seen like one on youtube i think umm but i wouldnt cam it i would just build the bottom end and then turbo it
thats what im doing but if you do cam it tell me how it works for you i would like to know as well even tho mine the stroked version of yours
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Old 11-29-2007
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well first you would need the A237 because your '94 has roller followers which jumps you to $275 from their site. It's a pretty decent cam grind which will still retain most of lower end torque.

Honestly, I wouldn't bother with the 302 throttle body, it will not change anything, the restriction is not in the intake, but actually in the head. If you really want to get some more power out of this engine pull the head off or get a second head and have a machine shop do a good porting to it. Try and find one that actually knows these heads. If you can get the head opened up and use that cam, run a 2.5 inch exhaust from the factory header back and it will open up quite a lot of power. Even the factory cam is a pretty good grind. I would suggest the main thing you should focus on is getting the head ported out and port matching the intake and exhaust manifolds.

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