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This is a discussion on Toda spec B camshafts in the Engine Building forum
I can get the Toda Spec B camshafts with Type r valvesprings and port flow retainers for $750 Is this a good deal? Also what do you guys think about using the type r springs rather then the toda springs like they recommend? These cams ...
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|07-23-2004, 12:40 PM||#1|
I can get the Toda Spec B camshafts with Type r valvesprings and port flow retainers for $750
Is this a good deal? Also what do you guys think about using the type r springs rather then the toda springs like they recommend? These cams will be going into a b20 vtec and only revving to about 8k max, what do you guys think about clearance issues? The head has been milled because of a blown head gasket.
|07-23-2004, 06:40 PM||#3|
i wouldn't run those springs with those cams... i know what deal your'e talking about, i wanted to buy the cams themselves get it and sell the retainers and springs, pick up some toda springs oem retainers and toda sprockets and call it a day
|07-26-2004, 09:13 PM||#6|
Yes thats a really good deal.. I ran that exact spring combo with my toda b's for 2 years with no problems except breaking a timming belt in the end. I also ran them in my first 2ltr with the original IB spec pistons 7cc , pistons were at 0 deck with no clearance issues at all. I put down 220 with that setup
|07-26-2004, 09:57 PM||#7|
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