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Offline mareks

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« on: 04:48:15 PM / 15-Jun-09 »
Hi mates!

I wanted to know how many degrees have intake and exhaust camshafts?
I just wonder could it give my FJ20E more power at lower RPM if I put exhaust camshaft in intake? I mean 2 exhaust camshaft in engine!

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« Reply #1 on: 04:53:23 PM / 15-Jun-09 »
That is the same trick they do on the Mitsubishi 2.0L Evo II and III engines, I wonder too if it will work for the FJ.
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« Reply #2 on: 07:12:34 PM / 15-Jun-09 »
and they do it for ca18det's as well find out the specs on both cams that should beable to tell you if it would be worth it

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« Reply #3 on: 06:15:53 PM / 17-Jun-09 »
One guy from FJ20.com forum replied that inlet and exhaust cams are the same [I=E]!
So it means that it will be no sense from that kind of modification!
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« Reply #4 on: 06:01:01 AM / 18-Jun-09 »
Quote from: mareks
One guy from FJ20.com forum replied that inlet and exhaust cams are the same [I=E]!
So it means that it will be no sense from that kind of modification!

they are both 256 degree duration and i think 8 or 8.5mm lift standard in an fj20e.

the changes are made in the cam gears. vernier cam wheels are your best bet.
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« Reply #5 on: 02:07:53 PM / 04-Jul-10 »
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they are both 256 degree duration and i think 8 or 8.5mm lift standard in an fj20e.

the changes are made in the cam gears. vernier cam wheels are your best bet.

I have 4 of them(cams) and they are all identical. The diferences is, like you said, cam gears.