Thread: EFI cam choice
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fletcher0780 fletcher0780 is offline
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I'm going wasted spark, because VEMS supports it easily and it will make twin plugging easier if/when I go that route. So it looks like it'll be cheaper to go with a lowish RPM torque monster based on my current mods and collected parts?

My driving mostly consists of romps around town with little hi-speed and no track use (at least yet). I rarely find a use for 4th gear and considered a future R&P switch to make all four gears more usable, but I'm intrigued by the stock cam carrera manifold 7200 lower end grunt that may be possible as it seems it may be more suited to my driving style (not to mention easier on the budget). What else should be added to this formula to maximize the outcome? I know advanced and accurate spark control can play a major factor in keeping the pre-boost torque numbers up, that will be easy to manipulate with VEMS. Thanks for any input.
Old 10-18-2010, 06:41 AM
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