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STREETCAM VS FLYWHEEL ??


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mrdohc

Posted 16 November 2007 - 05:55 PM

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i own a year 2000 standard 1.3 iswara aeroback and i would like to
improve my car pick up with a budget of 1.5k. i just to know which one is
better. either to replace the standard cam to a street cam or to replace
the 1.3 flywheel to 1.6 flywheel ?



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maddriver

Posted 16 November 2007 - 11:21 PM

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cams is the way to go. with 1.5k, u can get a fast road spec camshaft & a
lightened & dampened crank pulley. sure improve pick-up!

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qmk9133

Posted 17 November 2007 - 08:08 AM

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hey maddie, still selling those cams for Campro? may i know the duration of
it if you still have it...SERIOUS of installing it on my ride....Cool

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Hammercar

Posted 20 November 2007 - 01:48 PM

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maddie,

may i know how significant i the torque improve for waja campro after we
change the camshaft? I am looking into how it can improve the low end
torque for the waja campro, but will the high end suffer?

do u have any dyno chart to show?

is there any other things we need to change (or re-tune) besides the
camshaft? Or is it plug and play only?

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bennychang

Posted 20 November 2007 - 05:01 PM

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I think you need to get some adjustable campulley to pair with hi-cam in
order to squeeze out the total power produce by the performance cam. Or
swap a 1.5DOHC or 1.6SOHC engine to you car, should be a good choice too.

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Hammercar

Posted 20 November 2007 - 06:13 PM

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not looking into swap engine...just looking for a cheaper alternative of
changing the cam to get better low end torque...so that the campro is not
so miserable ...

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maddriver

Posted 20 November 2007 - 08:00 PM

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we have two specs for fast road cams. one will give u power from 4k rpm
onwards, and another that will give you power across the rev range. all
specs mentioned does not need an adjustable cam pulley, it's plug and
play, no problems with idling. duration is 26+ degrees.

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Hammercar

Posted 20 November 2007 - 10:46 PM

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maddie

how much does it cost?

just plug n play? do i need to trade in the ori cams?

do you have dyno chart of other customer that has installed?

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maddriver

Posted 21 November 2007 - 11:17 AM

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plug & play, trade in ori cams, rm2200.00 including installation. sorry,
i
don`t keep customer`s dyno charts.

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Hammercar

Posted 21 November 2007 - 01:33 PM

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maddie,

OK. my intention is to make the waja campro (AT) as per normal DOHC. I am
interested in what you mention on the low end torque improve version.

but can you advice when low end improve, how does it affect the high end?

can you elaborate more on the new max torque if change the new camshaft
(for low end improve version), like what is the new max torque at which
rpm? please advice the rpm at 110km/h , 130 km/h & 150km/h assuming we
change to the new cam.

i am very eager to know as the driveability of waja campro in city
driving condition is too sluggish for me, please help!!!