TieMyShoe's Grinded Cam

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TieMyShoe's Grinded Cam

Postby takeuchi » Sat Apr 14, 2018 9:32 am

I ended up getting ahold of one of TieMyShoes Grinded cams, so I thought I would post my thoughts on it after driving with it a while.

It feels like my van doesn't bog down as much going up hills or trying to accelerate at highway speeds. Usually I feel a large dropoff in power once it goes past 3000 rpm or so but with the new cam it isn't as harsh. I don't feel like I'm much faster but maybe because it feels like I'm just not allowing down as much.

I also feel like the EGTs went down a touch as well.

Hopefully Cam can chime in on how much it costs.

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TieMyShoe's Grinded Cam

Postby TieMyShoe » Mon Apr 30, 2018 8:22 pm

Glad your happy with the new cam. The grind is designed to move the powerband of the 4D56 a moee usable RPM range. The stock cam has a bunch of grunt out of the hole but rapidly drops off. The new grind keeps you in the power band while criusing or under general acceleration.

I will be doing a second run when i am able to source out more cores. Prices can be expected in the 300-350usd depending on the size of the run.

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