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turbo cams?

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by ktyr5151, Jun 7, 2011.

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    ktyr5151 New Member

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    What are some companies that makes turbo cams for b18b?
     
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    crower has a set. high lift, lower duration compared to all motor cams
     
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    I know that crower has some but i want to know the others. I want options i guess. hah
     
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    Bump. anybody know any besides crower? Even regrinds?
     
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    somebody has got to know..
     
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    i looked in to this, and the only cam i found that was worth while is the brian crower stage2 turbo cams that i have
    so i really dont know what to tell you
     
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    Yeah that's the only ones I can find. How do you like those?
     
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    Why not run GSR cams?
     
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    im honestly very surprised with how much power my car made. im very happy with them.
    its an LS?
     
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    lol ^


    but yeah for the price of a good set of ls cams you could almost put a vtec head on there, and have more potential in the long run.
     
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    but ive heard a lot of mixed opinions of the lsvtec so im just gunna stick with the ls.
     
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    IMO, just use the stock cams.

    1 more psi will be more power full, and is free compared to spending money on cams.

    until you're at the point of breaking the internals, use the boost instead.
     
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    yes, that is a good point. you should be able to get to around 300whp on the stock cams, and more than that is a waste anyways.
     
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    Yes that is a very good point but the only problem with the stock cams is that im planning on getting somewhere betweenn 375-450hp.
     
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    Ahh shit. Didnt see that before lol.
     
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