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I really like this site and have obtained a lot of info. One topic that I've read about is the E303 cams and piston valve clearance. I have '66 fastback and obtain a 302 HO motor out of a 1988 Lincoln. The engine was a replacement motor from Jasper. I'm looking to build a street motor that is quick, reliable and gets decent mileage. (Might be asking a lot) I was wondering if I should keep the original cam or use the E303 cam or B303? I really don't want to pull the heads, do I need to check the valve clearance? I will be using a performer RPM intake and 650 carb (might change to EFI in the future) and I have T-5 and 3.25 rear (might go to 3.73's). Any advice is greatly appreciated.
 

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Speedpro CS195R, E303, or Trickflow #1. All of them are almost identical in specs and the E303 and TFS cam are known to not cause P/V issues in most all cases. I'd still measure
Then again I'm OCD about such things!
 
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