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Old 07-25-2004, 04:12 PM   #1
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Degreeing Camshafts

SUMMARY: <span style="FONT-FAMILY:Verdana"><font size=3><font size=2>In lay manís terms, degreeing your cams means synchronizing the camshaft's position with the crankshaft. A few degrees of misalignment can dramatically affect the engine's operation.&nbsp; </font><span style="FONT-FAMILY:Verdana"><font size=3><font size=2>A car with properly degreed cams will make more power than a car with undegreed cams.<span>&nbsp; </span>And as an additional bonus, with the cams dialed in properly, things such as idle, response, and drivability tend to improve as well.</font>&nbsp; <span>&nbsp; </span></font></span></font></span>

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