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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 13-03-2016, 17:54 Thread Starter
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Rover k-series q375hk

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I need extra power in my MG TF 136CV .
What do you think about this camshaft ROVER K-SERIES Q375HK ?it is the same of piper cams 285h?

Rover K-Series | Q375HK - An hydraulic profile camshaft | QED Motorspo

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Expressed Period: 284
Maximum Cam Lift: 0.373
Inlet Fully Open: 108 ATDC
Inlet Lift @ TDC: 0.112
Exhaust Fully Open: 108 BTDC
Exhaust Lift @ TDC: 0.112
Inlet Valve Clearance: N/A Cam is for use with hydraulic followers
Exhaust Valve Clearance: N/A Cam is for use with hydraulic followers
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Hi !
I need extra power in my MG TF 136CV .
What do you think about this camshaft ROVER K-SERIES Q375HK ?it is the same of piper cams 285h?

Rover K-Series | Q375HK - An hydraulic profile camshaft | QED Motorspo

profile:
Expressed Period: 284
Maximum Cam Lift: 0.373
Inlet Fully Open: 108 ATDC
Inlet Lift @ TDC: 0.112
Exhaust Fully Open: 108 BTDC
Exhaust Lift @ TDC: 0.112
Inlet Valve Clearance: N/A Cam is for use with hydraulic followers
Exhaust Valve Clearance: N/A Cam is for use with hydraulic followers
Are you going throttle body route too as I don't think they're suitable for a single t/b.
They are very good cams for road and track use I use them but mine are the mechanical type as I have a high rpm limit
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Hi !DO you use esmeralda 3d for this cams ?


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Are you going throttle body route too as I don't think they're suitable for a single t/b.
They are very good cams for road and track use I use them but mine are the mechanical type as I have a high rpm limit
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I have not heard of anyone using these cams without a aftermarket ecu I guess they are usually fitted along with other performance enhancements this is the route I went, I use the emerald ecu k6.
Perhaps a call to kmaps could shed more light on the matter also there are some pretty clued up folks on here that may just have the answer you need
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