So I need some help with picking out cams for my car. my car is a PT cruiser with a fully built engine. I just gonna keep this simple and say the only thing stock is the crank/rods and pistons. Those don't matter for what i'm doing to the car. The car is N/A that is no turbo so I need a cam for...
Does anyone know where I can buy a camshaft position sensor for a Turbo III in a '91 Spirit?
Chrysler - 4557747
Wells - SU7646
Airtex - 5S6132
Carquest - 715184
BWD - CSS74
Standard - PC149
My friend is stuck, so I offered to research, and rapidly found confusing information.
Was NOS, installed, too rough of idle for me, took it out, still brand new besides that, along with the longer Comp rockers #1222-8
Slider Cam# P4286778
Adv. dur. 276/276, .493/.493" lift, 56* overlap, 110* centerline.
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Where can a guy get his T3 exhaust cam repaired or get a replacement?
My stock original cam has porosity from the factory and it is on two lobes and one is on the up side of one ramp and it has started wiping the cam lobe. It needs sprayed and reground.
Apparently Wallace/Lone Wolf Is out of...
is it possible to use roller rockers with a cam meant for the old friction/slider style rocker arm? the cam in question is a nos MP .528", 288/288, 72*, 108, if that plays a role.
any info is appreciated! thanks in advance!
I have a new "Sealed Power" brand camshaft, I purchased it for an 88 Daytona turbo, its a roller cam, I was assuming that it would be the same as the stock 88 roller cam and work without a -4 degree key. Unfortunately I learned that it lists the same part # to work with 89 and 90 Daytona also...
Lookin to get a high performance cam for my 92 daytona 2.5 nonturbo. I found that comp cams sells a hydraulic cam but i believe mines solid and comp cams says that their cam can't be used in anything post 87. Will said camshaft work? And if not, are there any high performance cams out there that...
First post here, but I've been interested in making some changes on a budget to my '88 Reliant 2.2L TBI. I'm looking at upgrading to the "767" camshaft but have heard that not all heads are compatible due to oiling differences? Is this true or will the 767 work with the '88 head...
Ive seen a lot of post about the TBI cam upgrade but none explaining what to do, what its dose to add power and a install procedure, with how to time it and what to time it at. :shrug: So any pictures and how too would be much helpful. Im not new to turbo dodges just never done this before...
i am building a 2.5 motor right now the guy i bought it from gave me a comp cam with .49 lift on intake and exhaust now my question is i dontg think the stock springs would work (could be wrong) whats a good upgrade for it and how rough will the car idle?
So I finally figured out what was making my 84 Shelby charger HO run really rich at idle. The timing belt was really stretched and the cam sprocket had massive play on the cam shaft!
So what I did is found my M.P. mild comp turbo cam I had on my 86 t1 Shelby charger and bolted it...
alright I just wanted to know what are the differences between the say 1989 2.2 t1 cam and the 1989 2.5 t1 cam? I'm gonna put the f-2 cam in my 1989 2.5 (that I converted to a t-II) from fwd performance. would I need a cam gear and If I did what would be the degree I set it on or whatever you do...
I just want a little more power than stock and maybe have it a little lopey? I'm gonna be running all stock equipment on my 1989 turbo 2.5. what would you all recommend? duration? lift? thanks in advance :thumb: