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cam timing

Frank J. Bauer                                                                  
dassault systemes of America     email:fjbauer@dsavm.e-mail.com                 
Subject: cam timing                                                             
GDS sez:                                                                        
>    I had noticed since then, though, that the high end HP is                  
> fantastic.  Now, with the cam advanced 1 tooth, the high end is a little      
> soft, but the low end torque is much better.  Hmmmmm, an adjustable cam       
> pulley would really be the cat's meow!   I know it was mentioned a while      
> back, but who has these adjustable cam pulleys?  How much?  I can deal        
> with the 2312 code for "No Hall Signal" - I want that pulley!                 

the adjustable cam sprocket with indexing screw that i use on my GLI is         
available at autotech sport tuning (800-553-1055) - costs a just less           
than an air/fuel ratio meter  =8)