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Old 06-26-2012, 01:44 AM   #1
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If I wanted to cam my car would I have to rebuild the entire motor? Looking at the comp cams. Even if it won't do much it'll still sound cool. I'm not looking for extreme power just something that'll sound rad. Thanks
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Old 06-26-2012, 06:11 PM   #2
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Re: Cam shaft

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talk to him, he can set you up with a "lumpy" cam and still spec it to the factory style heads to get some power
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Yeah just get one from Kyle. He can spec you one and I think I will still come out to less than the comp shelf grinds
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I'll check it out thanks.
Anyone know roughly what it'll cost?
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Re: Cam shaft

mine was 250 plus paypal fees, so 257.77, you can pay another 50 if you really want to know the cam specs but otherwise they are not given
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mine was 250 plus paypal fees, so 257.77, you can pay another 50 if you really want to know the cam specs but otherwise they are not given
That's not too bad, do you know what you have?
Did to install it yourself?
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That's not too bad, do you know what you have?
Did to install it yourself?
i'm gonna buy the specs when i get a chance, and no it's not installed yet, but the current cam was self installed along with the top end
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i'm gonna buy the specs when i get a chance, and no it's not installed yet, but the current cam was self installed along with the top end
Ohh ok
Was it a tough job? And did you have to remove the motor?
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no you don't have to remove the motor lol it's not terribly hard but then again i like toying with motors
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