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I'm sure some of you saw the piece in last month's Hot Rod about a Comp Cams making camshafts for the 3.8/4.2. My question is, what do you have to do after the swap, electronic wise or otherwise?
 

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you can just throw it in and run it that way, but it would be best to get a dyno tune to get the most power out of it, and even out the air/fuel ratio since the cam will change it. But if its just a mild cam you can get away with not getting it tuned and still be good.

Comp Cams are not the only cams for the 3.8 I hope you know. Check out:

www.rpm-mustangs.com
www.moranav6racing.com
www.supersixmotorsports.com

-Thomas
 

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"So the computer will change the air/fuel ratio itself?"

to a certain point, but a dyno tune with a performance chip that finely tunes the air/fuel would be best.
 
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