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    Quote Originally Posted by paul boz View Post
    wow thats a shame about Camtech, i have probably fitted around 150 of their cams with great success

    Yes I agree , really liked Camtech and had awesome results . I have used Crow were ok , had some recommendations from Crow for a motor for myself and the specs were nothing like what i had in mind so went with Camtech .. Glad I did . But looks like we don't get a choice now lol

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    yeh there non adjustable

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    Put a Camtech hyd roller in a similar engine only weeks ago, dyno run tomorrow.

    Cam seems to be exactly what the car as I described to them needed

    Mr Camtech a little 'idiosyncratic', but seems to get it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuffhj View Post
    yeh there non adjustable
    Maybe a smaller Hydro Roller? I know they are more expensive but you get the best of both worlds to a degree and depending on spring pressure you could use the current YT rollers rockers.
    Are your heads machined and set up for double springs or are they still running singles?

    Again, I understand it also depends on budget and what you use the car for.

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    yeh roller cam would be good.
    nah the heads arnt machine for double
    valve springs

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    Bannockburn NZ or is there one in Oz? I've got some bits we may be able to swap.

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    bannockburn Victoria Australia

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    Yeh figured. Freight will kill it. Just a thought.

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    Not happy Jan!!!

    Was very surprised when read about this...little bit stump as to why as they seemed popular.

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    I heard they retired and nobody wanted to take it over, have used 4 different camtech cams and was happy everytime every one was custom ordered and turned up quickly, also price was right in comparison to crow next will probably be a Sure Cam

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