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Posted: Fri Feb 19, 2010 10:20 pm 
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hey everyone, i have a cam that im trying to identify. it has been taken out of an ef gli and it has a number 2 stamped on the end of it. does anyone know if this is an aftermarket cam?

the car seemed to pull a bit from 2500rpm onwards, nothing over the top though. the stock cam ive taken out of my other ef futura doesnt have anything stamped on the ends.

any info is appreciated.

thanks, Will.
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Posted: Fri Feb 19, 2010 10:21 pm 
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whats the number mate

 

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Posted: Sat Feb 20, 2010 7:37 am 
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EALCON 3.9 wrote:
hey everyone, i have a cam that im trying to identify. it has been taken out of an ef gli and it has a number 2 stamped on the end of it. does anyone know if this is an aftermarket cam?

the car seemed to pull a bit from 2500rpm onwards, nothing over the top though. the stock cam ive taken out of my other ef futura doesnt have anything stamped on the ends.

any info is appreciated.

thanks, Will.


There should be a number along the side of the cam like 94DA 6250 A or?? If it has that number then it is a genuine standard Ford one.
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