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i was wondering if i needed to get a cam gear along with my stage 2 cam?? i already have the springs, and i wanted to make sure i had all the right parts.
i was also wondering if i will be able to feel a big improvement in power with this cam?
my car:
92 cx
d16z6
full 2. in exhaust
dc header
aem v2
 

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you should feel a difference. you do not "need" a cam gear. it would be a good idea to add one when you change out the cam. that way you can tune later. it will save you time and money in the long.
 
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i would get one. I would also get a bigger exhaust system to let it breath more. just my 2 cents
 

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-2 is a good starting point...then if you at the track or if you go to a dyno then you can see if anything else helps.
 

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i have just ordered that cam with crowerspring and retainers !.. and i have aAEM camgear layin around wating !.. when i get the parts 14 days or so ill let you know where on the camgear the best setting is ! for a fair stock motor with IEH...

hope the cam pulls good !! cant wait 2 get it and go on the dyno for the 4th time in the last 2 months !! ;) ... other 3 times was just for fun ! this time it is gonna be uberdata and zex way !.. damn cant wait !
 
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pandaew said:
from you guys experience, what is the good cam timing setting for 59300 camshaft?? Or very depends on the mods??
Go to a dyno. No two motors are the same. Even if they are same type of motors with the same parts. :)
 
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