The 8v camshaft thread.

Discussion in '8-valve' started by Phil., Nov 2, 2006.

  1. Toyotec

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    We have JMR, or Jtech performance that can advise on choices.
     
  2. Natedogg Forum Member

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    would a gs2h go in a mk3 AGG? the kent website gives differewnt part numbers for the mk2 and mk3.
    is this just for different lifts and durations or will they physically not fit?
     
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    Will physically fit as far as I'm aware although I never use the MK3 heads just scrap them and use the blocks. Just use MK1 & 2 ones. Probably slightly different grinds to suit the differing std fuel systems, maybe the MK3 has a cat or something?
     
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    Tectonics tuning are in California I think...highly regarded VW tuner in the states...they do a range of cams. I'd look at around mid 270 duration for a regular street driven car on std type injection.
     
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    Going to mate up a 1.8 bottom end to the puny 'EZ' anytime soon, and after driveability from the 8V.
    So far considering the 268 from Schrick, as a simple drop-in, potentially with a mild optimalization to the head too. Good choice?
     

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