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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-03-2000, 04:53 PM
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I recently installed a crane compucam cam into my 87 Bronco equipped with a 302 EFI. We are not quite sure where to set the timing yet. It is set at 12 advanced now, and still doesn't seem to have any more power than it did before. I have noticed an increase in mpg though. We probably are going to advance it more when I get done with the initial break in and add some higher octane fuel. Special reminder, always be sure to keep 7 & 8 sparkplug wires as far apart as possible!

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-04-2000, 04:55 AM
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Hi, Although I cant help you with your problem, Id like to see how that cam works out for you. I have a 302 efi speed density as well, and I think it sucks that it is so intolerable to cam swaps because of the s/d system. I have heard of the compu cams and other similar cams, but I figured that since they are so mild, the power increase would be minimal and not-worth-it. LEt us know how it works out! thanks

ROland

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