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Is it a worthwhile investment? What kind of results / improvements (if any) could I expect? What are the downsides (again if any)? Is there anyone that could share their experience with cams and a CT20b ?

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ddambra said:
Is it a worthwhile investment? What kind of results / improvements (if any) could I expect? What are the downsides (again if any)? Is there anyone that could share their experience with cams and a CT20b ?


This is a gen3/CT20b setup with 264 HKS cams and a Power FC. The pull was at 1.25 bar on California 91 Octane pump fuel. This was set up for daily driving, so it is a conservative tune. Without the cams I would expect only about 275rwhp at this boost and tune level.
 

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This is a gen3/CT20b setup with 264 HKS cams and a Power FC. The pull was at 1.25 bar on California 91 Octane pump fuel. This was set up for daily driving, so it is a conservative tune. Without the cams I would expect only about 275rwhp at this boost and tune level.
also, without the larger cams, wouldnt the power drop off alot more in the high rpms?
 

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Rickyb: That's a decent power increase. How lumpy does the car feel with this setup? Mine's a GEN-II but i would assume the differences would be similar.
 

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I cannot tell you how easy it would be to meet CA emissions requirements with the 264 cams. Probably not very easy.

It was not a very lumpy idle. It wasn't a stock idle, either.
 
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