4g69 cams

coopsterjnr

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Anyone cammed their CH lancer 4g69?
Probably gonna grab an RPW cam, not sure whether going for the stage 2 w springs and gear is worth it over the stage 1. noone locally really remaps these engines and probably not gonna fork out for a haltech considering they cost more than au falcons (and that i probably wont be making more pwr than nans forte). anyway, will my car probably run like a bag of *poo* and break something, or will it be all hunky dory :)
 

donki

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Anyone cammed their CH lancer 4g69?
Probably gonna grab an RPW cam, not sure whether going for the stage 2 w springs and gear is worth it over the stage 1. noone locally really remaps these engines and probably not gonna fork out for a haltech considering they cost more than au falcons (and that i probably wont be making more pwr than nans forte). anyway, will my car probably run like a bag of *poo* and break something, or will it be all hunky dory :)
These cars generally have aboutttt 7% of automatic adjustability in their fueling to cater for altitude, humidity, and one or two other things. Realistically, altitude and humidity is less then 2%, so there is still 5% of flex to automatically tune for fueling. That said, it will run economically, but not the max power.

If it was me, get the "stage 1" without valve springs, and hopefully get lucky with a local remapper, but otherwise the car will run fine without a tune on the "stage 1" cam.
 

coopsterjnr

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These cars generally have aboutttt 7% of automatic adjustability in their fueling to cater for altitude, humidity, and one or two other things. Realistically, altitude and humidity is less then 2%, so there is still 5% of flex to automatically tune for fueling. That said, it will run economically, but not the max power.

If it was me, get the "stage 1" without valve springs, and hopefully get lucky with a local remapper, but otherwise the car will run fine without a tune on the "stage 1" cam.
Thanks mate good info 2 know
 

coopsterjnr

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These cars generally have aboutttt 7% of automatic adjustability in their fueling to cater for altitude, humidity, and one or two other things. Realistically, altitude and humidity is less then 2%, so there is still 5% of flex to automatically tune for fueling. That said, it will run economically, but not the max power.

If it was me, get the "stage 1" without valve springs, and hopefully get lucky with a local remapper, but otherwise the car will run fine without a tune on the "stage 1" cam.
Would it be """ok"""" on S2 with springs no tune
 
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