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Kim
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Kim Apr 4, 7:17am - #10944 
2002 Red Toyota Celica GT
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Bellflower, CA
Camshafts

hey all you car tech-guys, i know that it's possible to get regrind cams for our engines but what will they actually do for our performace? I have a GT, is there a way that i can get some regrinds that will make my engine better than GTS? or titanium ones? what about pistons will i have to change those to and get higher compression pistons? what would be the gains if i got high compression pistons to match the GTS and better cams. thanks in advanced thumbsup

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c2gas
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c2gas Apr 4, 1:29pm - #10945 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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I'm really in the final stage of that. Wait 10 days and I let you know.
Last problem we are solwing that the higher comp pistons would touch the valves in the right (modifyed, higher lift) cam position. So we cut a (1,5mm) deeper hole on the piston. These are minor changes but the most important ones.
The mistake we made is that the cams are "too good" to those 1:11 comp. wiseco pistons.
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