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 Post subject: Wade regrind Cam For EB2 Wagon (5spd) Benifits???
Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 1:36 am 
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Hi guys.yes Ive read the forums...Just after some personal responces on these regrind cams that wade do.. I am looking at installing one into my wagon if it is worth it. Car already has extensive exuast mods. Low K's EF2 HEAD. :P

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 8:20 am 
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Yes they will give you a nice little gain. You exhaust mods arn't really that extensive. Its just a 2.5 inch exhaust with extractors and no cat which you have to be a moron to do

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 8:35 am 
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Yes they will give you a nice little gain. You exhaust mods arn't really that extensive. Its just a 2.5 inch exhaust with extractors and no cat which you have to be a moron to do


i suppose its his choice if he wants to deal with a 10grand fine....

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 8:40 am 
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might be wrong but i dont think you have to have a cat when your car is on lpg gas

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 10:20 am 
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GeZza200 wrote:
might be wrong but i dont think you have to have a cat when your car is on lpg gas


Correct. if the petrol system didnt exist in the car you wont fail an emmisions test on gas. The fact that the car ALSO runs on petrol is the problem are they gonna take your word that "i never run petrol"

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 11:56 am 
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webby_191189 wrote:
Yes they will give you a nice little gain. You exhaust mods arn't really that extensive. Its just a 2.5 inch exhaust with extractors and no cat which you have to be a moron to do


Look, the car runs straight gas- the advantage of removing the cat internals for engines running on gas is improved exhuast flow

And maybe once u have your licence..MORON...u can come and tell me what more can be done to a f**k falcon in exhaust area WITHOUT USING f**k STERLING SILVER PIPING!!!

extrac's
Cat element removal
2.5 mandrel bent piping
hot dog at rear
Twin exits

What more????

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:06 pm 
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might be wrong but i dont think you have to have a cat when your car is on lpg gas


Thankz Gezza, think these kids should keep their opinions to themselves,unless the have valuable information at hand....which to them is how to wreak a clutch in day....and get caught by the cops doing a burnout.. Gezza you know much bout the wade regrind's??

TO THE CHILDREN ( WAS MY ORIGINAL QUESTION)

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:21 pm 
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GeZza200 wrote:
might be wrong but i dont think you have to have a cat when your car is on lpg gas


Thankz Gezza, think these kids should keep their opinions to themselves,unless the have valuable information at hand....which to them is how to wreak a clutch in day....and get caught by the cops doing a burnout.. Gezza you know much bout the wade regrind's??

TO THE CHILDREN ( WAS MY ORIGINAL QUESTION)


didnt look what state you were from, as qld legislation reads that if your car came with a cat from factory it always had to keep it even if its dedicated lpg.

and wtf with the how to wreck a clutch in a day? btw i have used both wade 1604 and 1636 cams...1604 was alright improvement that still offered close to stock idle, 1636 is a lot better, gives more improvement and still retains a good idle

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:34 pm 
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raff-26 wrote:
GeZza200 wrote:
might be wrong but i dont think you have to have a cat when your car is on lpg gas


Thankz Gezza, think these kids should keep their opinions to themselves,unless the have valuable information at hand....which to them is how to wreak a clutch in day....and get caught by the cops doing a burnout.. Gezza you know much bout the wade regrind's??

TO THE CHILDREN ( WAS MY ORIGINAL QUESTION)


didnt look what state you were from, as qld legislation reads that if your car came with a cat from factory it always had to keep it even if its dedicated lpg.


ok great, which profile offers best reliablity in an internally standard engine maintaining av economy(when driven nice), good idle, better mid-range torque whilst still returnng engine longevity?
Is there such thing?



and wtf with the how to wreck a clutch in a day? btw i have used both wade 1604 and 1636 cams...1604 was alright improvement that still offered close to stock idle, 1636 is a lot better, gives more improvement and still retains a good idle

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 1:52 pm 
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Na sorry mate havn't had any experience with cams, heard nothing but positive feedback from wade cams though. Im also looking for a cam for my car but its a b**ch to find one that will work with my head.

Have a look at some of the CMS cams and heads they look like there getting good gains aswell

 

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raff-26 wrote:
webby_191189 wrote:
Yes they will give you a nice little gain. You exhaust mods arn't really that extensive. Its just a 2.5 inch exhaust with extractors and no cat which you have to be a moron to do


Look, the car runs straight gas- the advantage of removing the cat internals for engines running on gas is improved exhuast flow

And maybe once u have your licence..MORON...u can come and tell me what more can be done to a f**k falcon in exhaust area WITHOUT USING f**k STERLING SILVER PIPING!!!

extrac's
Cat element removal
2.5 mandrel bent piping
hot dog at rear
Twin exits

What more????


You seem to be a bit of a C**k head mate.
But on that note i can recommend a good wade cam for a manual. Its the 1673. Doesn't need any other mods except for the shims to compensate for the amount grinded off

 

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Posted: Wed Sep 26, 2007 1:02 am 
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5speed get a 977b

go hard or dont bother at all.

the 977b is one of the biggest cams you can go on stock springs and stock ecu.

a 1673 is a mix grind between the 1636c and the 977b

basically it has the torque of the 977b but the idle of the 1636(which is suited to autos)

so being a 5 speed either get 1637 or 977b which would be my choice hands down.
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Posted: Fri Sep 28, 2007 11:28 am 
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i thought you needed harder springs with the 977B, and even the 1673? but yeah if i had a manual i would definately go the 977B

 

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Posted: Mon Oct 15, 2007 8:29 pm 
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977b in a stock motor?? will it kill the engine??

 

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Posted: Tue Oct 16, 2007 11:48 am 
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it shouldnt, ask in the wade section

 

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