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Discussion in '96-04 - 2V Specific' started by D3VST8R96GT, Apr 19, 2014.

  1. D3VST8R96GT

    D3VST8R96GT Well-Known Member

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    So I have some "stage 2 " cams that are highly respected shops custom grind.. ... they were for a blower set up and now I'm using them in my turbo car.

    220.5/227.2 @.050 and 268.4/274 119.6lsa

    Lobe lift 317/323

    What's the rar so I can figure out max valve lift.


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    Rar is 1.8:1

    Lift
    570.4/581.4

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    Did you just ask, edit AND answer your own question?
     
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    Hahaha yeah I got impatient and googled it when I got a chance. posted the answer to the RAR in case anyone wanted to know......

    There is only ~3 people here who I would trust their answer anyways.... you being one of them. ..


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    Lol thanks

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    Will you be using the stock lash adjusters?
     
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    Yes I believe they are stock replacements.

    I have seen 1.75:1 ratio where does that come from?

    Have you guys used the trick flow units?

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    Ive never looked at the trickflow valve train but was told setting it up would cost close to $1000. Stock rockers are fine with me...lol although a roller tip would be nice for them higher lifts. Like a pi head can sustain .650" lift no problem but id be leery about the stock rocker causing to much friction on the stem bending or binding it.
     
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    I have been looking at followers lately. The 3v have had failures but not as many 2v or 4v failures I can't put my finger on it

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    Im sure its happened but I have yet to experience one. The adjusters...thats a different story. No real failure but over extending and locking up.
     
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    I have seen more than a few lock up :/ it scares me. So much blood sweat and tears (as the money leaves my wallet) to have it all destroyed by such a small piece

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