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Edelweiss Edelweiss is offline
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Cams

Here it is very important to understand the complexity of the correct way to go.

You always have to focus the peripheric situation around a cam choose:

Inlet plenum
Intercooler
Turbo
Exhaust
Etc.

Also very important is the static compression ratio and the dynamics defined by the cam.

A good cam fitting into a concept will open up the engine making it a much more happy system !

Always hold in mind: there are na cams used in turbo engines and dedicated turbo cams.

Very often NA cams are used because they are available and cheap - but they are compromising the result also.

Not saying the sc cam is a bad cam but you need to know what you’re doing.

Since the 3,0 l turbo engines are very low in compression ratio they will react on the lift in TDC quite sensitive - so my proposal would be a 964 cam where we see lower TDC lift rates because these cams are more connected to emission laws.

With this cam you will have a better off boost and over all performance.

If you are going for the better you will buy a turbo cam.

Best reg.

Dirk
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