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Default E 303 in a truck?

Does anyone know who a E303 will do in a reg. cab
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You'll need at least a 2500 Stall if you don't have a Manual Transmission.
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I think it's more suited for a carburated engine in a Mustang

you didn't state year
I reckon you got a 302, and to get anything out of the e303 you have to do some other work/changes
you'll need beefer springs
and it will work best with 1:6 rockers, amoungest other thing$

there are much better choices for Truck if your looking for better low end


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I have a '93 f150 reg cab speed density motor. It has a set of 289 heads that have bigger springs and valves and 1.6 roller rockers.
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Oh yea it has a E4OD trany
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Definitely gonna need a 2500 Stall. Another fellow member and I were going over his options for cams in a 94 F150 with 5.0 and 4r70w, we found out all the Ford Racing "Letter" Cams(B303, E303, etc.)required a stall converter for auto transmission. Our webmaster nine5flareside installed one in his 95 5.0 Flareside and hates it, he had a Voodoo Cam in his before that, loved it.
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A good thing you can do is go get a Mustang or 94+ Truck Roller Cam(even used, they don't wear out as fast as flat tappet cams), and all the essentials to run a roller cam and install it in your engine. Any 302 after 85 is roller cam ready, all the trucks after 94 came with roller cams, they were H.O. 302's.
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Oh and get an adjustable Crank gear and do a 2 degree advance on your camshaft, that'll bring the RPM range down and you'll love the difference!
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Speed density won't adapt or compensate for a bigger cam as well as Mass Air Flow will. I have the 94 Blue is speaking of and the cam advance and 1.72 rockers have helped out a lot.



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