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5.4L 3 valve question...heads, and cam specs

During my dyno session...I was chatting with with the tuner...he mentioned that there is "possibly" a different spec on the truck 5.4L cams, than our GT cams. Helping with low end torque. So my question is...anybody here ever had the 5.4 cams checked out? What about those heads? Same as the GT heads? Any info would be greatly appreciated

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The 5.4L 3v uses the same heads and cams as the 3v Mustangs.


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Originally Posted by drive_55_not View Post
The 5.4L 3v uses the same heads and cams as the 3v Mustangs.

What he said....................

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