How To Degree Cams "Honda Vtec"
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In this video I show you step by step how to properly degree vtec cams. A
vtec cam degree is not the same as non-vtec cam, the vtec has to be engaged
while degreeing the cams or the degree of the intake cam will change once
vtec ingauges during drive ability.
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Quick Tech Video: How to Degree Your COMP Cams® Camshaft
Installing a new camshaft often requires degreeing. This Quick Tech how-to
video from COMP Cams® is a step-by-step walkthrough on how to degree your
new COMP Cams® camshaft. But the Powerhouse® Products Cam Degree Kit can
be used with any brand of camshaft.
Comp Cams - How it's Made
Competition Cams, one of the industry leaders in performance engine
equipment, walks PowerTV through the complex process of designing, creating
and manufacturing its high performance cam shafts.
Stephanie gets ready to degree a camshaft w/ Proform tools.
Degreeing a camshaft is easy to do if you have the right tools. Stephanie
uses a PROFORM Professional Crankshaft Turning Socket and 9" Degree Wheel
to prepare this Chevy small-block. For more information about these tools,
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Honda B Series Cam Degree
Double checking the cams using the compressed air method to lock in VTEC.
The cams are a custom set provided by ALLM0T0R from Honda-Tech with the
centerlines at 110* BTDC on the Exhaust cam and 107* ATDC on the intake cam.
StreetlegalTV.com - Comp Cams 101
Ever wonder what all those numbers on the side of your cam box mean or say
to yourself what is lobe separation. Comp Cams 101 answers all of the
questions you may have when choosing a cam.
COMP Cams® Technology Explained: Cam Timing
The camshaft is often referred to as the "heart" or the "brain" of a
performance engine. This is due to the dramatic effect that valve timing
events have on a four-stroke internal combustion engine. This Technology
Explained video shows users the effect of each valve event, and how to
tailor those events to the requirements of their specific engine
application. Important cam timing terms such as Intake Opening, Intake
Closing, Exhaust Opening, Exhaust Closing and Overlap are covered as well.