A quick video we shot of us doing some testing on our new camshafts. Specs on the engine are as follows:
2L 20v bottom end using our 1.8t stroke kit, with IE Tuscan rods and JE pistons.
AEB Head, with 1mm oversize valves, IE prototype springs and retainers, and IE HOT prototype camshafts.
IE Rams horn Exhaust manifold with PTE 5857 billet
Test performed with conservative timing and 22-23 psi. 573 BHP... For now you can try to guess what power it was on stock cams :)
VW - AUDI 1.8T Cylinderhead - Rotationtest 7500 RPM
GT-Power makes a Rotation - Test for the Original 1,8T Camshaft and Valves
on the Thyssen Cylinder Head - Dynometer in Germany.
All Heads must stand this test before they goes in Production.
Lambo, Porsche, Audi R8 and allthe other high tech cars.
GTP was the first Tuner which have done this Test, to make sure when comes
the critical point in making setups.
Chiper and many Tuners just set the Rpm Limiter wherever they belive, but
realy nobody knows.
Our Customers are not our Testdrivers and this test have to be done, to
make sure how high can we run our Power Setups with turbokits installed !!
This High Tec Rotation - Test shows with lasermessurement exactly the valve
shattering from the hydraulic valve followers, the valve clearance and how
much Rpm you can run save the Engine without the valve hit the pistons
7250 was just safe......
7500 with hot oilsfoam of older lubriation, the head get under stress and
the "hydraulic pushers" start to to jitter. ( it is also a classical engine
fold by the Audi RS 4 and S4 )
They dosent work exactly anymore and we have to lower the RPM in the safer
We do this Test with a complete new head, new valve guids and new liters.
Just imagine, what can happend if you drive your engine with over 80.000 km
and older valve guids or older lifters. Ergo you should change them
Sorry for the bad video quality.
BMW E36 E34 camshaft & lifter removal and installation
http://www.mybimmerspace.com In this new video, I remove and then
re-install the camshafts with a new set of INA lifters on a BMW E36 with a
M50tu engine. For those of you, who have been following my videos: I start
the camshaft removal process after I removed the upper tensioner & chain
guide which you can see at the end of my other video "BMW E36 Vanos &
tensioners removal" part 1. Thank you for all of your support
ECS Tuning: 1.8T Coil Pack Ignition (Stage 1-3) DIY
Includes four OEM Volksagen / Audi Hitachi "E" style coil packs, stainless
securing bolts, OEM wiring harness heat shield & a set of NGK spark plugs.
This ECS Stage III Ignition solution converts your troublesome & hard to
get Bremi brand coil packs (oem part # 06B 905 115L or R) with the more
durable Hitachi brand coil pack. Over the years the Hitachi has shown to be
much more durable than the Bremi's along with being able to be secured to
the valve cover with 2 allen headed bolts. This ECS stage III ignition
solution kit includes the following:
- Four OEM "E" version Hitachi coil packs
- 8 stainless securing screws & washers
- OEM wiring harness heat shield
- 4 NGK spark plugs (PFR6Q)
- O-rings for sealing new coil packs to cylinder head
This tutorial is provided as a courtesy by ECS Tuning.
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VW GTI 1.8T Big Turbo GT3071R and CAT CAMS lumpy Idle
AWP Engine, GT3071R (Eliminator kit), Cat Cams, 725cc ID, Eurodyne Maestro
7 tuned, 3" full Exhaust no cat, Water
and methanol injection, Vibrant FMIC, Stock manifolds, 034 motor mounts,
stage 2 clutch, prolite flywheel, stock rods and pistions, front lower
stress bar by eurosport, rear upper stress bar by eurosport and rear sway
bar by eurosport, coilovers, wheel spacers front and rear. Currently (after
this video) the car has a side exiting Exhaust. MORE VIDEOS TO COME.
Cam Replacement on a Harley Davidson Twin Cam, including Pushrod Removal • J&P Cycles
Watch as Justin Bramstedt, Research Manager at S&S Cycle, walks you through
the process of upgrading the stock cams on a Harley Davidson FLTRX. The S&S
510C camshaft set is designed to be used with the stock Twin Cam
chain-drive system and is an economical way to improve the performance of
stock twin cam engine. In this video we'll see the easiest way to remove
your stock pushrods using a bolt cutter.
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