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I called Dan to order PI cams this afternoon. He said there are two types of PI cams -- Romeo and Windsor. Most guys are using the Windsor cams. Dan checked on the computer and my '97 Thunderbird has a Romeo engine. Would using Windsor cams be a problem or should I go with the Romeos? The Windsors are each about $15 less than the Romeos, so if I could save a couple of bucks that would be great.
 

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Most people use the Windsors because it's cheaper to do so. Romeos have bolt on sprockets while the Windsors are pressed on one piece jobs. Either will work just fine.
 

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One of the things I was wondering about was why Ford would switch from the pressed-on sprocket to the bolted-on sprocket. Is there a quality difference?
 

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can i use my 96 npi cam sproket on the pi cams provided i have the right bolts?
 

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chuacw said:
can i use my 96 npi cam sproket on the pi cams provided i have the right bolts?
Yes,you can-but only on the romeo cams.
JL
 
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