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Old 08-05-14, 05:19 PM   #46
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Yes they are regrinds, thus they have to remove material from the base circle, which results in needing lash pads to account for that.


As for install, I had a shop install them. Performance, I haven't gotten power pulls done yet with the new setup so all I can comment on would be partial throttle and idle. Idle has a very slight lope now but not bad. Throttle response still seems decent. So far I'm happy with them.
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Yes they are regrinds, thus they have to remove material from the base circle, which results in needing lash pads to account for that.


As for install, I had a shop install them. Performance, I haven't gotten power pulls done yet with the new setup so all I can comment on would be partial throttle and idle. Idle has a very slight lope now but not bad. Throttle response still seems decent. So far I'm happy with them.
What size cam did you go with?
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Here are the measurements Schneider said my stock cams came in at.

Part Number: stock
Grind Number: 2JZ-GE
Intake Duration (gross): 240
Exhaust Duration (gross): 248
Intake Duration (.050?): 197
Exhaust Duration (.050?): 203
Intake Valve Lift*: 8.5mm
Exhaust Valve Lift*: 8.7mm
Lobe Separation: 112
Intake Valve Lash: .012"
Exhaust Valve Lash: .014"
RPM Range:
1000-5000



I then had them do his standard 268 regrind on them with the following spec.

Part Number: custom
Grind Number: 268F
Intake Duration (gross): 268
Exhaust Duration (gross): 268
Intake Duration (.050?): 226
Exhaust Duration (.050?): 226
Intake Valve Lift*: 9mm
Exhaust Valve Lift*: 9mm
Lobe Separation: 114
Intake Valve Lash: .012"
Exhaust Valve Lash: .014"
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Old 10-17-14, 07:37 AM   #49
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Sorry to bump this oldish thread..but how are these working out for you?

Also, what head gasket/head/bottom end setup are you using? I am curious because I will end up ~ 9.8ish:1 compression and am wondering what sort of lift I am safe in using..I think the 9mm lift like you have would be fine, but I am curious what your setup is for comparison..
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I'm curious as well how these are working. Any update on driveability, idle, power increase or tq loss?
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