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    Default Re: If your looking to put 2JZ cams into your 1JZ, look at this

    Here's a link for the crower's posted up by Zazzn in a group by. There is a graph in the first post.


    I really doubt that you are going to find a comparison of all those different cams with the exact car for the dyno run.
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    Default Re: If your looking to put 2JZ cams into your 1JZ, look at this

    Well, this post has pretty much already covered the diff between stock and 2jz and crowers, i'm just trying to figure out the diff between those and the big $500+ cams out there and y they're that much more expensive.
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    Default Re: If your looking to put 2JZ cams into your 1JZ, look at this

    The name brand probably.
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    Default Re: If your looking to put 2JZ cams into your 1JZ, look at this

    most things are the name accounting for 1/2 the price
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    Default Re: If your looking to put 2JZ cams into your 1JZ, look at this

    If i were to upgrade to better cams that can bring out my power curve a lil further. How do i know when i am getting to the limits of my valve train. How can i tell when i'm starting to get valve float and how i determine a safe limit to red line at?
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    Default Re: If your looking to put 2JZ cams into your 1JZ, look at this

    Don't quote me, but I think I've read 8000-8500.
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    Default Re: If your looking to put 2JZ cams into your 1JZ, look at this

    Quote Originally Posted by Kosh
    If i were to upgrade to better cams that can bring out my power curve a lil further. How do i know when i am getting to the limits of my valve train. How can i tell when i'm starting to get valve float and how i determine a safe limit to red line at?
    when i posted this question about a week ago, i was told that on the stock valvetrain, float would occur at 7K according to the guys that were responding.
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    Default Re: If your looking to put 2JZ cams into your 1JZ, look at this

    well thats shitty considering stock red line is 7500....pretty much have to upgrade valve train right away then...but does anyone know any actual physical indication or is it just spring rate and velocity calculations. I could use theory and calculate the theoretical acceleration of the spring, and knowing the distance it moves, get the max limit of how fast it can fully compress and uncompress thus giving me max rpm before float. but thats theoretical and we all know how real world is always different than on paper.(unless ur NASA, but then u just end up turning mars landers into craters...) lol
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    Default Re: If your looking to put 2JZ cams into your 1JZ, look at this

    I'm pretty sure that it will be in the 8000 range because of the 1jz redline being in the mid 7000's already.

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    Default Re: If your looking to put 2JZ cams into your 1JZ, look at this

    I tap 8k regularly, no valve float noticed...

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