Common questions

What kind of camshaft do I need for a Camaro LT1?

What kind of camshaft do I need for a Camaro LT1?

If you are looking for a high performance cam or racing camshaft for your LS or Gen 5 LT1 equipped Camaro, Cam Motion has you covered. We offer Camaro cams and valve train components for 4th Gen and 5th Gen Camaros as well as earlier models retrofitted with LS style engines.

Do you know the truth about your Cam chest?

If you’ve been around Harleys especially bikes from 99-05, you know the first question that’s asked when it comes to cams is, did you do the tensioners yet? That question spills over into even the newer twin cam motors as more and more new riders continue to modify their stock twin cam.

What was the problem with the Twin Cam 88?

99-02 – The problem with the early twin cam 88 was not necessarily the fact that they had a spring loaded cam chain tensioner.

Is there an aftermarket upgrade for a Camaro?

Now that the LS powered Camaros have been around for over 15 years, the performance aftermarket has provided a nearly endless menu of possible performance upgrades. In the early days, installing LS6 heads, cam and intake on the LS1 for extra performance was the hot setup.

Why do you need a cam upgrade on a Harley Davidson?

The main purpose for a cam upgrade is to gain more horsepower and torque but there are a number of other advantages. The hard facing on S&S 475 cam gear lobes and lifter roller surfaces is far superior to Harley Davidson’s. The S&S lifter guide is a cast aluminum piece, as opposed to Harley Davidson’s stock, plastic guide.

What’s the best Cam for M8 114, 107, or 117?

What’s the best cam for M8 114, 107, or 117? Our friend Mike Roen is getting prepared to take us, step by step, through the process of a S&S performance cam upgrade on this M8 Softail. Whether your bike has a 107, 114, or 117 cui motor, this procedure pertains to all M8 Harley Davidson motors–Touring and Softail.

What’s the best Cam for my 5.0?

Sure there’s a “maximum” lift your stock 5.0 Fox can handle but that doesn’t mean it will be worth the effort. The camshaft is like the mechanical brains of your 5.0 HO!

How to install a camshaft on a radiator?

Once all the stuff on top of the radiator is disconnected, tilt it forward and unbolt the two bolts that hold the A/C condenser to the radiator as there is no need to take the condenser out as there is enough play in its lines to prop it up out of the way when swapping the cam out and in. 8.

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