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Hi Thierry,
Right, the higher the value of the cam timing, the sooner the valve opens. This gives the engine the opportunity to start filling the cylinders a little sooner, thus improving the low to mid torque range. This merely shifts the torque curve a little (albeit a little) to the left. You will lose a little torque on the top end.
If you are looking for more top end, I would suggest a little wilder cam, i.e. 964 grind, to suit your needs. The duration is a little longer, giving you more fill time.
If you wish to stay with the SC cams, set your timing somewhere between the low value to mid-point.
Good luck with the dwur, it sounds like a promising product! Keep us posted with your opinions/issues. I'm very much on the fence, but starting to lean towards the darkside.
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