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cam timing degree

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by thegreat1310, Aug 29, 2005.

  1. thegreat1310

    thegreat1310 Senior Member

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    whats the best cam timing degree for 10psi on stock d16z6
     
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    probably stock...
    go to a dyno and play with it.
     
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    ok
     
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    i was going to say that.
    I heard that for boost its best to leave the cam gear at 0
     
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    on a sohc, there's not much room for adjustment anyway.

    if you add to the intake, you're forced to add to the exhaust as well.

    most the time, you want to go -1 on the intake side and +2 on the exahust side. this varies by cam design, and can only be done on a dohc motor.
    with the sohc, you're stuck adjusting both sides at once...
     
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