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Re: Evo II cams (archive)

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Posted by Johan Boysen on October 05, 2000 at 00:33:49:

In Reply to: Re: Evo II cams posted by TROY on October 03, 2000 at 17:27:26:

Has anyone had any experience with Evo II cams?? Do they really make a difference?? I have a TMS chip, do I need special programming to run these cams?? Also I'm thinking of getting a ltwt flywheel...I've heard mixed much do they improve acceleration (1/4 ml times??)?? thanks

89 //M3

I just installed a evo2 cam in a friends car yesterday, it does make a dfference. He also has a Dinnan chip and cam gear. you do not have to run a diiferent chip. If you want your power through the midrange you go with the cam gear also,other wise leave the stock one in, and you will get your power in the higher rpm range. I think it is the beast way to get reliable HP out of the s-14 without spending a ton of money. I would do the cam shaft upgrade first , before
installing the evo fly wheel unless you need to replace your clutch assy for some reason. Hope this helps.

Which will make a bigger difference, the cam shaft/gear or chip? How will they perform together?


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