[200q20v] Re: Lifting Stains... and Gains

Fundsalo Racing fundsaloracing at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 28 16:32:31 EST 2002

What you state about cam overlap and turbos is
right-on. However, all things being a comprimise, you
can get some/most of the torque back when using a
longer duration cam by adjusting the relationship of
the cam to the crank. I've been advised that the
Schrick 272 is as agressive as one should go, for
example, with the 10v, but that the 276 is usable with
the correct cam/crank timing relationship via an adj
cam gear. Cam advance = more
low-end/throttle-response. I run the 272 at 0 degrees
and it work great for me with the K24 in the 10v. I
hear that some advance is absolutely mandatory with
the 276. Theory should apply to the 20v as well. YMMV.
Really wish I had a cam-grinder, a dyno and lotsah

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