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 Post subject: camshaft querie
Posted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 9:18 pm 
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hey all just wondering ive got my eb 4 ltr engine assembled for straight lpg turbo setup for my xf.my question is the camshaft was donated from a friends car that ran a low 10 sec pass on petrol,is it ok for lpg usage?its a custom crow grind not sure about specs but i can find out..any thought would be greatly appreciated thanks..
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 Post subject: CAM ?
Posted: Fri Sep 15, 2006 9:32 pm 
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A cam is a cam, u can use it on any fueled motor aslong as it opens and guides the valves. The question is whats the valve overlap like, turbo motors you don't want huge valve overlap, will trip out the Hego sense, your forcing air directly in and then out once you have filled the chamber, and only compress it when the exaust valve is shut, will go harder with a mild cam, wouldn't go bigger than a stage one cam, even standard is fine. Just up the boost if u want to make more power.

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