View Full Version : H/C vs Cam Only Timing


SSpdDmon
07-06-2006, 03:42 PM
Did a little searching in the uploaded tunes. Didn't find much. Anyone here running the torquer v.2 cam (232/234 .595/.598 112lsa)? What does your timing look like at WOT? I've got two friends running this cam; one ('99) with Patriot LS6 Stg. II heads and one ('00) with stock heads. Any input would be appreciated so I can get them in the ballpark. Thanks!!!

GuitsBoy
07-07-2006, 11:29 AM
You can probably ramp it up to 28 on the big end. Ive got 11:1 compression and even i can hit 28 without KR, thouch i usually run 26 or 27.

SSpdDmon
07-07-2006, 03:38 PM
Thanks. Do you shift the curve to adjust for the different peak torque? I assume the torquer peaks after 3600 unlike the stock cam...

GuitsBoy
07-07-2006, 03:48 PM
Thanks. Do you shift the curve to adjust for the different peak torque? I assume the torquer peaks after 3600 unlike the stock cam...

Yes, the torquer tq. peak is between 4400 and 4800, but from what i understand, its advantageous to have a dip in timing where torque peak is.

Bink
07-08-2006, 08:32 AM
Did a little searching in the uploaded tunes. Didn't find much. Anyone here running the torquer v.2 cam (232/234 .595/.598 112lsa)? What does your timing look like at WOT? I've got two friends running this cam; one ('99) with Patriot LS6 Stg. II heads and one ('00) with stock heads. Any input would be appreciated so I can get them in the ballpark. Thanks!!!

0.570", 239/251, 106lsa
LPE/GMPP LS6Heads. Milled 0.055". 60cc Chambers
No knock - TR 55s winter, TR6s summer heat.

http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2005-12/1117406/DMEHH-Timing%20B5913.jpg



1.20 g/cyl is same as 1.16 g/cyl column.

FWIW.:D

GuitsBoy
07-08-2006, 11:04 AM
Whats you SCR / DCR? That cam looks like it would bleed of quite a bit of compression...

silverTA2002
07-08-2006, 06:44 PM
Much smaller cam, pretty high compression (over 11:1)

I'm running about 23-24 at WOT.

To answer your question though, H/C timing will be different than cam only based on compression. Higher compression should equal lower timing and vice versa.