To say the least lol.have i opened a big can of worms?
Well that's going to depend on the cam really, see if you can get us those specs. Did the builder say it would run on the 351 ECM? If so then that may be the case, assuming they know about ford speed density EFI systems, and with it being Creb they probably do.i dont know but i heard it would run on a factory 351 ECM the bronco is now totally restored super nice trying to keep the factory look in engine bay
112 LSA might be a bit low for the factory ECM, i think 114 is the lowest they recommend...but someone else can jump in hereas of now i only have the part number TFS-51403001
Its just money....or these guysFor speed density EFI you need lobe separation 114 degrees or higher and less than 210 degrees duration @0.050". That cam is 112 lobe separation and 221 deg intake duration at 0.050". So that cam will not work with Speed Density. You can switch to MAF EFI or pick a SD friendly cam.
I did a lot of research on this, but decided to rebuild my engine back to factory with a hone job, new rings, bearings, seals (mainly due to budget and the fact i have the ability and facilities to do so) Figured id spend the money later on more power if i decided i wanted it. And the route i had decided on was using pimpXS...but for similar money you can do a MAF swap. I liked the idea of the pimpXS just because it kept things more factory looking under the hood and had the ability to be tuned if i ever made any changes. Lots of foxbody mustang guys using it. I think either would suit your needs, but I'm going to let those with actual experiences speak to it.that is true now the motor is on the way i need to learn more about the swap