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302 roller motor?

Ok, excuse my ignorance but what is a "roller motor"? I'm looking at a 1966 Mustang and it has a rebuilt 302 roller motor and new T5 transmission.

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Roller is referring to the camshaft . It has a hydraulic roller lifter cam in it . That's a good thing


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