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I have a 1982 mustang i rebuilt the engine and used a ho cam. my power brakes dont work i dont think i have enough vaccum. what do u think? is there any wayu 2 increase vaccum?

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That is a typical problem when using a cam with more overlap. The only way I know of to correct this is to change the cam back to factory.

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