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2003 Mustang GT Camshaft question

I have a 2003 Mustang GT with SLP LoudMouth 1 Cat-back, and an SLP catted X-pipe. I also have a JLT Ram Air Intake. I'm looking to change out the Cams in my car. I need some help with that, What would be the best size and brand for my Mustang? Please help, Thanks

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I would contact Lunati's tech service, and question about their VooDoo Series Cams. Lunati's VooDoo Series Cams, were designed for POWER and trust me they have them all beat. Including Comp Cams, Trick Flow, Edelbrock, etc., they're all I run in my cars and I own five Mustangs. HP ratings from 385RWHP, to 1785RWHP a lot of money invested over the last 39 years, Mike. SCT Tuner.

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check out modularheadshop also, they have a great tech dept. and will help u get what you need, not what u think you want, they will sell u anything they stock but will explain why some other part might be better with what u got or are planning in the near future......

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