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 Post subject: Re: CMS stage 2 or Wade 1673
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Thanks for the advice mate. :)

 

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Crescent Motor Sport :roll: ......i just GOOGLED CMS and nothing really happned, i cant find a cam spec list but i msg them to see what they have, thanks!

 

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Posted: Sun Apr 18, 2010 1:57 am 
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Crescent Motor Sport :roll: ......i just GOOGLED CMS and nothing really happned, i cant find a cam spec list but i msg them to see what they have, thanks!


unfortunatly you will not find any specs on there cams..
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Posted: Sun Apr 18, 2010 2:00 am 
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Makes sense, stops them from being replicated, makes blind tuning hard, like to get it to a dyno

 

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 Post subject: Re: CMS stage 2 or Wade 1673
Posted: Sun Apr 18, 2010 2:28 am 
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Its not that bad, you can get a lot of cams to run on the stock ECU, albeit poorly but definitely drivable.
If you're tuning with TI Performance gear then there is a few tunes on there for cams, one for a track car fitted with a 1673 that you could load up for the more aggressive cams just to get you to the dyno.

 

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Posted: Sun Apr 18, 2010 12:34 pm 
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theres a few cam grinders out there with good cams, some of them work & some just wasnt set up properly, what may look good with cam/dyno program may not work in real life ?? to many variables that a program can't replicate

Which ever cam you decide on it has to suit your set up !! std head or modified head ?? std springs or upgrades springs ?? & so on......
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Posted: Sun Apr 18, 2010 2:56 pm 
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oK cool 8-) , im thinking about head work, upgrading springs to those double ones and hi stall, if i get somthing happening like that ill send use a msg because i want some more guts, although i was also thinking of turbo....does it matter about cams when you BOOST? There is so many options.... :shock:

 

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Posted: Sun Apr 18, 2010 3:00 pm 
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cams def matter when you are running a turbo.
thats why joe has suggested to choose a cam that suits your setup, its very important.
if you fit a cam that is to suit a setup you dont yet have, it may make less power in some areas now, but will be great once you do the headwork and fit the turbo...

 

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Hmmm, i always thouht power was power, :oops: i cant wait to start my TAFE course and learn somthing. thats awsome tho thanks for your help! :) cams an easy swap, might buy a turbo cam soon to install once ive boosted it and keep my other one in for the time being 8-)

 

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There are different grind for Turbo and N/A as well.

It also comes down to the installation as well ... and how you dial the cam in as well ... for where you want the power/torque to really come in too.

A good way to gauge how well they perform ... get similar specced vehicles and see how they actually perform down the 1/4 ... that will give a good idea (that's if they are all setup will by the installer/tuner as well).

 

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So, like a turbo needs the cams power to kick in at different rev rang does it? say early on so it boost's up faster or am i way off here?

 

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 Post subject: Re: CMS stage 2 or Wade 1673
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There's differences in lift and duration on intake and exhaust ... has different characteristics between the 2.

Someone in the know will better explain it though.

 

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 Post subject: Re: CMS stage 2 or Wade 1673
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Better research up! :wink:

 

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