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Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by ef9civicgen4, Mar 12, 2004.

  1. ef9civicgen4

    ef9civicgen4 Senior Member

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    Camshafts developed from Buddy Club's N1 endurance racing experience. Specifications: intake 304 duration, 11.59 mm lift, exhaust 294 duration, 10.71mm lift

    With these specs, what would these cams be good for. I dotn understand life and duration. Are these more or less aggressive than a CTR or ITR. Lastly would these be good for all motor, or Turbo Build Up's
     
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    ctr cams
    11.5mm intake
    10.5mm exh

    278 and 280
     
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    ef9civicgen4 Senior Member

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    so what does that mean?
    Low end power? Fucked up idle? Require upgraded valvetrain? or what?
     
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    well they were developed for n1 racing from what you said in your post. probably not a cam for turbo charging but good for all motor to a point. those cams have been designed for road racing so they probably give you a good mid range and some high end. if your looking for an all motor cam to use the skunk2 might be a better choice if just want to make power. your going to need to upgrade your vavletrain if you want to take full advatage of a good set of cams unless you get ctr or a series 1 cam.
     
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    most of the spoon, buddyclub, etc.. from japan are developed with midrange in mind. Not necessarily top end which I am not sure is what you want?
     
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    what i was trying to get at thanks milan.
     
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    lift and duration

    with an intake duration over 300 the idle will most likely be pretty bumpy
     
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    yeah np,,,,,,,,

    Juns and Todas do very very nicely with I believe the Juns gaining the most on the top.
     
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