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Old 08-05-2007, 04:19 AM   #1
kdogae86
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Default crower stage 2 cam in stock motor ?

is it required to replace the buckets if running stage 2 cams at stock red line.is there much power gain on a stock motor with stage 2 cams?sorry if this has been covered before
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Old 08-05-2007, 07:28 PM   #2
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what were the recommendations from crower?
but if the motor has low miles and the valve lash is acceptable
then it should be doable.

STAGE 2: Best cam choice for daily driver. Delivers excellent top end
without loosing low end torque. Recommend spring kit #84185.
RPM Range: 1000 to 7500+
Advertised Duration (Seat): Int: 264o / Exh: 264o
Duration @ .50": Int: 220o / Exh: 220o
Gross Lift: Int: .400" / Exh: .400" (10.16mm)

as for power gains, well that depends on turbo, head work, intercooler..etc..
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Old 08-05-2007, 09:37 PM   #3
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i asked for results on a completely stock motor.and i know it needs a spring
kit but it does not say anything about changing buckets.im assuming they will only need to be changed if revs are over 8k.i dont really have money for a bucket replacement.i guess the only answers would come from crower themselves.
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