WebCam Racing Cams
My pal Stephen Gunter at Gunter Automotive has the
following DYNO sheets for the two popular WebCam's.
Grind's #294 and #101 do not require addition
modifications to the valve train making them quite popular. I chose grind #294 to retain a smooth idle.
But I have heard of some incidences where the 101's did not effect the idle on our superchargers.
|WebCam offers five differnt Cam profiles for our 4A-G
||Increases overall power.
||Increases mid and upper RPM power. Fair idle.
||Good overall power for off-road racing. Needs new springs and tappets.
||Strong mid and upper end power. Need new shims, tappets, and springs.
||Designed for off-road and stadium racing. Needs new springs, tappets.
This Dyno sheet for the grind #101 was recoreded on a 4A-GE.
It shows a 6.6 horsepower gain at 7,200 rpm with gains recorded only above 5,900 rpms.
While this Dyno sheet for the grind #294 was recorded on a
4A-GZE, it shows an 8.8 horsepower gain where it powers down at 5,400 rpm. Clearly, had the
dyno of this #294 been recorded all the way to 7,500 rpms, then a gain of 15 horsepower might have been
And maybe the #101's show a greater performance increase on a 4A-GZE too.
I have been
told many a times that the #101's were a much more powerful cams then the dyno sheet suggests.
* * not to be concluded, sorry * *
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