Yup. Still need ghost cam for real cams, lol.No need. We have dual VANOS with a big range. Idle would still be silky smooth after tuning with consistent manifold vacuum.
Seat belt chime. Several hundred miles on the 268 high lift, still no codes. Car is running great, just started the i8a0s boostbox tuning with Jake. Car spools fucking fast even with 1.03ar... 0 wgdc hitting wg (17.4lbs) at 3750rpm.Well it is a brand new motor as well if I remember. Closed deck build with all the bells and whistles. You sure that isn't just the seat belt chime?
So, sounds like @Joe got his car running with the high lift cams which is good news considering VTT had some issues on their installation. Hopefully his car stays running and we can get some results. Here are a few videos posted on FB:
Being real here, you shouldn't invest in cams until you've at least committed to a basic port job, which is the low hanging fruit for flow/power. Just going by the numbers here.Anyone see any gains on stock head/valve train? Any before and after? Wondering if it's worth it to compliment upgraded twins for a better top end.