WTF? Cams in an NA are more significant then in a forced induction engine. Cams are one of the most important aspects when building a powerful all motor car. All motor cars use even higher lift cams then turbo cars. They don't matter as much in a turbo car because the air is being forced in anyway.SilverBullet said:you really don't have a use for upgraded cams in an n/a car. they are fine for what you've got. But, dynamic does sell cams.
Well because I love nitrous. It makes me get a boner. I love ALL MOTOR power with like an additional 200 HP of nitrous when I need it. Thats what I want. As far as my fuel system I have upgraded injectors from RC engineering, I also have an Apexi AFC, and a fuel pressure regulater, Im also lookin for a fuel pump but don't know which one yet. Besides, how much do you think it would cost to build 600HP with turbos? Why would I spend MORE money on turbos to get the same kinda power?LVA3KGT said:If you are re-building anyway, why not add a turbo or two?
How are you going to mod your fuel system to take advantace of all of this?
Cams are THE biggest HP maker in any N/A engine. They are the heart and soul of the HP/TQ output.LVA3KGT said:Finally, an interesting topic/debate! I wonder what Wickeddrew would have to say about this?
I think you're misunderstanding what "grinding" the cams means. When a shop does a "regrind" they weld on additional material to the lobes of the cam and then grind it down into a different shape to give more lift and duration. You can't regrind a cam without welding on more material unless you're reducing the lift and/or duration, which would reduce the HP output.BIGKASH said:I got my valve covers off right now and grinding them my damn self, saves some bucks, I'm using sand paper, a file and dremel.