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  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by rossdj1983 View Post
    264's are generally a good all round cam
    As I posted yesterday I am looking for a Cam for my 19 16v build that I going to start soon.

    Unfortunatelly here in Brazil is very hard to find someoen that already did this before, and we don't have performance parts for Renault of these age.

    Those 264, and even the 258/248, from how many horsepower can we gain running these two cams, are we talking about? Of course with a remap added.

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    I'm working to get three different engines on dyno same day, so that I can answer this question..

    If I manage, I will post the result in this forum. First engine is catcam 286/279, Second is grinded cams 260 degree duration ( measured from 0 lift ) and max valve lift 10,5mm. Third is stock F7P cams.

    All three engines has totally different setups, but the cams are all for stock valve springs and lifters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juuhanaa View Post
    I'm working to get three different engines on dyno same day, so that I can answer this question..

    If I manage, I will post the result in this forum. First engine is catcam 286/279, Second is grinded cams 260 degree duration ( measured from 0 lift ) and max valve lift 10,5mm. Third is stock F7P cams.

    All three engines has totally different setups, but the cams are all for stock valve springs and lifters.
    Here is grinded 260degree (approx 220degree from 1mm lift). Inlet and exhaust open 1.15mm at TDC and lobe angle aprox 108.

    R19 13.12.2020.jpg


 

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