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barreto January 3rd, 2014 20:20

camshaft tdi asv power
 
hello, I have a ibiza 6k with asv engine, which must gtb2060vklr material, 11mm head, nozzles hflo-x 0.341 and reprogramming to 2.1bar.
Wanted to put a cam but dont know which place you should get more gains, I thought of 260 º or 272 º dbilas what these say?
What other brands advise that has good feedback?
Another thing, usually mechanical meter hydraulic lifters instead of the ina?
Greetings and thanked tdi help the world.

mk1-83 January 3rd, 2014 23:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by barreto (Post 4401113)
hello, I have a ibiza 6k with asv engine, which must gtb2060vklr material, 11mm head, nozzles hflo-x 0.341 and reprogramming to 2.1bar.
Wanted to put a cam but dont know which place you should get more gains, I thought of 260 º or 272 º dbilas what these say?
What other brands advise that has good feedback?
Another thing, usually mechanical meter hydraulic lifters instead of the ina?
Greetings and thanked tdi help the world.

Dbilas 260 are great no need to go mech lifters the oem hydr. Are fine

barreto January 5th, 2014 06:49

But what is the difference of 260 º to 272 º?
Which gives more hp?
And mechanical lifters we usually get in tdi vp?
There is another camshaft from another brand with good feedback?
cumps

Fix_Until_Broke January 5th, 2014 08:12

Camshafts are a compromise - Where in the power band do you want more power?

Very generally, the longer the duration, the higher in the power band it will make power (not necessarily more power) and the more you'll loose in the lower RPM band.

Bigger is not always better when it comes to camshafts

barreto January 5th, 2014 11:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fix_Until_Broke (Post 4402321)
Camshafts are a compromise - Where in the power band do you want more power?

Very generally, the longer the duration, the higher in the power band it will make power (not necessarily more power) and the more you'll loose in the lower RPM band.

Bigger is not always better when it comes to camshafts


2000 at 5300rpm :)

Fix_Until_Broke January 5th, 2014 11:49

We all would like that :)

You'll probably have a +/-10% maximum effect over a ~2000 RPM wide powerband with a camshaft from one extreme to another with all the supporting modifications.

This is just my uneducated, anecdotal opinion - others with more experience may chime in an school me on this so take it for what it's worth - free advice on the internet :)

barreto March 23rd, 2014 08:13

More opinion please, I want to buy a camshaft :)
The engine is open and can be changed in order to get any scoring camsahft.

mk1-83 March 23rd, 2014 09:45

Im use a dbilas 250* / 250* 9.5 mm lift works good maybe get a dbilas 260 cam

jabcok20 March 23rd, 2014 11:15

Barreto how much hp you got on your setup with .341 nozzles?

mk1-83 March 23rd, 2014 12:19

Dibilas 260 * 9.9 mm lift buy that one and its good

barreto March 23rd, 2014 15:00

Quote:

Originally Posted by jabcok20 (Post 4478534)
Barreto how much hp you got on your setup with .341 nozzles?

I don´t no, but maybe 270hp with 2.1bar.
I have camshaft stock.

barreto March 23rd, 2014 15:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by mk1-83 (Post 4478591)
Dibilas 260 * 9.9 mm lift buy that one and its good

What diference 260 or 272 ?
What have more hp 260 or 272 ?

loudspl March 25th, 2014 13:55

This is the cam I run:
11.17mm lift
225@.050 .440" intake
230 @.050 .440" exhaust
110 lsa

Excellent midrange power, but not good at low rpm. Power increase over previous 196/196 cam at mid to upper rpm. Power loss at low rpm vs. 196/196 cam

You may gain in one area, but lose in another. Depends where you want power

Satiro March 25th, 2014 14:08

Excuse my lack of skills, if you use a cam that has a power improvement over stock in some rpm range, are you losing the same power in another rpm range? is it proporcional?

X-Man March 30th, 2014 03:17

personally I would go for 1.9SDI camshaft it is not easy to find but was proven to give good results


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