b16a1 with ITR cams, use oem/stock cam gear or Adjustable Cam Gears ?

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b16a1 with ITR cams, use oem/stock cam gear or Adjustable Cam Gears ?

Post by gabrielsousa » Mon Dec 21, 2015 9:09 am

b16a1 with ITR cams, use oem/stock cam gear or Adjustable Cam Gears ?
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Re: b16a1 with ITR cams, use oem/stock cam gear or Adjustable Cam Gears ?

Post by forevertrj » Fri Feb 19, 2016 11:09 pm

It is always better to use adjustable cam gears, fine tuning the lift points will change the characteristics of your motor to have a better torque or horsepower curve. I highly recommend doing some research on how changing the degrees of your cam lobes will change the characteristics of your motor.
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Re: b16a1 with ITR cams, use oem/stock cam gear or Adjustable Cam Gears ?

Post by gabrielsousa » Sat Feb 20, 2016 6:32 pm

forevertrj wrote:It is always better to use adjustable cam gears, fine tuning the lift points will change the characteristics of your motor to have a better torque or horsepower curve. I highly recommend doing some research on how changing the degrees of your cam lobes will change the characteristics of your motor.
thanks, do you know if this information is right ?

INTAKE
centerline 180 + 15 + 45 =(240 / 2) - 15 = 105º
Max valve lift - 11.5 mm
Intake opening 15 deg (BTDC)
Intake closing 45 deg (ABDC)
INTAKE lift - 11.5 mm, duration 240 @1mm


EXHAUST
centerline = 107.50
Max valve lift - 10.5 mm
Exhaust opening 45 deg (BBDC)
Exhaust closing 10 deg (ATDC)
EXHAUST lift - 10.5mm, duration 235 @1mm

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Re: b16a1 with ITR cams, use oem/stock cam gear or Adjustable Cam Gears ?

Post by forevertrj » Thu Jun 16, 2016 11:21 pm

each engine will be different slightly the only way to know for sure is to measure your engine, refer to this video for help. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=up00AC7QcZs
Let's not make assumptions, please leave as much detail as possible!

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