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Old 02-27-2013, 10:05 PM   #1
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Cam build list

Just want to get a full list of everything needed/recommended for a cam upgrade. Looking at the stage 1 comp cams. I know you need:
Comp cams valve springs
Adjustable cam gears
Slightly bigger injectors, probably 24-30lb
Dyno tune

What else do I need to add?

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Also, I may go ahead and go stage 2 if it doesn't require too much more.
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Old 02-27-2013, 11:40 PM   #2
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Or go with some real cams ..


Anderson motor sports ( Made by Ford ) Stage 1 camshafts don't require you to change springs/retainers , etc.
and have been proven to out perform other competitor company's..

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If you want a good sounding lope, CMS Stage 2 sound the best to me. Best sounding lope I've heard
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Or go with some real cams ..

Anderson motor sports ( Made by Ford ) Stage 1 camshafts don't require you to change springs/retainers , etc.
and have been proven to out perform other competitor company's..

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So you're saying you can just replace the camshaft an that's it with the Anderson cams?
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Or go with some real cams ..

Anderson motor sports ( Made by Ford ) Stage 1 camshafts don't require you to change springs/retainers , etc.
and have been proven to out perform other competitor company's..

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Got a link? Lol
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http://www.andersonfordmotorsport.co...Camshafts.html

I think this is the site he was talking about.
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Anyone who goes through the hassle of cams without getting springs and retainers is crazy. AT LEAST do the retainers unless you want your valve train to sound like a seeing machine
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Anyone who goes through the hassle of cams without getting springs and retainers is crazy. AT LEAST do the retainers unless you want your valve train to sound like a seeing machine
Am I missing anything for a solid cam build?
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Old 02-28-2013, 06:23 PM   #9
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Nope looks good. I would suggest comp 270 stage 2 cams though. They are a great cam for the 2Vs and have an amazing idle. Plus if you ever get a blower they are great blower cams too
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75mm TB once I get the cams in? Or should I still go with a 70?
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From what I have read the 75mm TB is a must do if you are going to do a tune anyway, even without a cam.
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Old 03-02-2013, 01:07 PM   #12
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ya get a 75mm u wont regret it..and Ive been told no need for bigger injector till you hit 350 RWHP. And also I used adjustable crank gears instead of cam gears..made by trick flow.
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