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Old 03-13-2002, 06:51 PM   #1
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Question D16 cams non-V-TECH

I am looking for a performance camshaft replacement for my D16Y7 non-V-Tech. Does anybody know who makes them?
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Old 03-13-2002, 09:45 PM   #2
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I beleive that Gude performance makes a cam for the D16Y7.

http://www.gude.com/
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Old 03-14-2002, 05:17 PM   #3
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They only make em for the v-tec and older d-series. Mine is a 2000 and i am strugling for parts. But thanks anyways. I appreciate it.
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Crower will do a re-grind of your stock cam for around $80.

Call 'em and see what they say.
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I actually just spoke with a rep from crower, but he didn't give me the price. About $80 huh, not bad. Thanks guys. Much obliged to you all.
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I actually just spoke with a rep from crower, but he didn't give me the price. About $80 huh, not bad. Thanks guys. Much obliged to you all.
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Cam regrinds (you supply core): "Typical specs are .005" to .010" more lift, 5 to 10 degrees more duration at .050" "
$80 for a SOHC non-VTEC.
$140 for a DOHC non-VTEC.
$200 for a SOHC VTEC.
$275 for a DOHC VTEC.

Hardfacing (non-VTEC): "unlimited specs"
SOHC $340
DOHC $680

Hardfacing (VTEC cams, mid-lobes only): "unlimited specs"
SOHC $220
DOHC $440

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