i strongly disagree. the duration only shows how long the valve is being open, but that does not take into account of the shape of the camshaft's lobe, which tells a totally different story.scomatic said:Aiyo... the CAM where got this brand and that brand is good de arr..
All almost the same... only depend on you want to play how... 262, 272, 282, 292, 302, 312, and 322(not suit 4AGZE engine)
If you want to go for track racing, I much prefer you use the 302.
If you want to go for only street racing, go for 272 is enough.
The high cam got problem a bit at low rev, and very good respond at high rev only.
Function very few only, just peak at high rev only.:shades_smile:
rollakid said:eh come on lar bro, you copy everything from club4ag without giving reference to their site, thats plagerism lar dude
what he's using in his car i dunno, but he got 2 set of TRD racing cam, one for 16v one for 20v. the 16v one he got show me, serial number 13501-AE881 if not mistaken. me and my friends thought its just 288 or 296 cam, until we pick up the trd bible to check the part number, and pengsan on the spot. my mech abit shock also, he just knew he got a set of TRD cam, can't use cuz not using 16v engine, and never thought its a 320degree cam.normality78 said:oh.. what cam is your mech using? on 20V ?
|Thread starter||Similar threads||Forum||Replies||Date|
|Fortuner OEM turbine equals what aftermarket turbine for D4D||Toyota||2|
|2018 Vios/Belta aftermarket parts||Toyota||0|
|Custom made or Aftermarket 4-2-1 extractor (4AGE 20V)||Toyota||47|
|Aftermarket absorber for AE111||Toyota||20|
|G||Any aftermarket camshaft for sale ka??||Toyota||12|