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skunk2 pro1's

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by redef91, Jan 19, 2010.

  1. redef91

    redef91 Senior Member

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    ive done some reserch and i cant pick between skunk2 pro1's or the tuner stg 2's, the motor i will b installing these cams is a b18c1 with JDM ITR pistons and ITR stock head. i dynoed the motor as is and it threw down 175whp and 121tq. 4-1 type r header,aem cold air intake,370 rc injector. The question i ask u guys is which cam will give me more power for my specs ova my motor?:confused:
     
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    what are the specs on the cams?
     
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    PRO1'S

    Intake:

    264°/12.6 @ 1mm / 0.000” lash



    Exhaust:

    264°/11.9 @ 1mm / 0.000” lash


    Intake:
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    Peak Lift:
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    24° BTDC
    98° ATDC

    50° ABDC

    Exhaust:
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    56° BBDC
    105° BTDC

    17° ATDC
     
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    TUNER STG2


    Intake:​
    275°/12.4 @ 1mm / 0.000” lash

    Exhaust:​
    270°/11.9 @ 1mm / 0.000” lash

    Intake:​
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    Peak Lift:
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    37° BTDC
    94° ATDC​
    49° ABDC

    Exhaust:​
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    61° BBDC
    112° BTDC​
    21° ATDC

     
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    eg'sforlife New Member

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    are you looking for low end or high end power
     
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    in the near future I will be running a direct port nitrous shot,that is why I said low end but I mean if u guys got any suggestion that would highly appriecate.
     
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    Meet in the middle. S2S3
     
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    Taco15 I wear stretchy pants VIP

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    why do you say that? :mellow:
     
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    S2S1 S2S2 S2S3 S2P1 S2P2...............just seems like it fits to me.
     
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    Taco15 I wear stretchy pants VIP

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    S2S2 needs a minimun type R dual valve spring/retainers. S2 recommends aftermarket. Those cams also require higher compression use them to its full potential. 11.5.1 is ideal for n/a setups.

    S2S3 requires for sure aftermarket dual valve springs and retainers. Requires a high compression motor to use them to its full potential. Not to mention those are race cams so idle will be compromised AND will suck up some gas on the top end....but ohh they are some nasty cams. they make power way up there in the rpm rage so if your motor can stand the rev's, dont even bother buying them

    I had the S2S2's on a 11.3.1 motor. Very good idle and overall great performance.
     
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