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setting up a correct valetrain for a cam?
so i wanna put either crower stage 2 or 1 or skunk 2 stage 1 or 2 camshafts in my h22a vtec i have type s in right now so idk if it makes a big hp differnce or not any input. so i figured i do it the right way first wich includes new valves springs and reatiners right i figure i should do those before putting a cam in. but hmm wich cam should i go with i was thinking skunk2 for springs heres the link lemme know if that is the right choice
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Skunk...Q5fAccessories

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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Skunk...item1c104aa65b

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Re: Setting up valvetrain for a cam

this would be a better topic for the NA section
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And 2 the op. It would be CAMS. Not cam. DOHC stands for "dual overhead cam"
Fix the links so we can see what your looking into buying
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Re: Setting up valvetrain for a cam

you should pick the cams you want to run first, then pick the corresponding valvetrain. since you're already running Type S cams, which are basicly a stage 1 performance cam, then i would definitely take the step up to S2 or Crower Stage 2's or S2 Pro 1 or 2's. Are you looking for more midrange power or topend power? Also, moved to the N/A section.
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Re: Setting up valvetrain for a cam

would deffinitely lean more towards to the skunk2 pro1's. but really it depends on where you want power: bottom end, midrange or many top end??
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