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Old 06-26-2010, 04:18 PM   #1
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Does anyone know of any companies other than integral that makes cams for the 1.8 non vvt?
I just went to place my order with integral but he is no longer making cams, for anything.

My plan was going to be a stage 4 intake and stage 2 exhaust on top of larger valves, but now that the cams are no longer available I am thinking of not doing anything at all and just strapping everything back together. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 06-26-2010, 07:25 PM   #3
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maruha motors also has cams.
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Webcam has a line of camshafts for the Miata. That is what I am swinging currently. They are familiar enough with the Miata cylinder head, that they will steer you in the right direction. Reasonably priced too.

If you get a camshaft stateside, you will save lots of dough. Go price a Toda.
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What kind of setup are you running TS? Because cams are usually left stock unless you're going for serious power
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I hear auto intake cam is the win.
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The car is a mazdaspeed, 84mm bore with pauter rods and JE pistons.
The Toda cams are like $500 each. I'de like to keep it under $700 for both if at all possible.
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The car is a mazdaspeed, 84mm bore with pauter rods and JE pistons.
The Toda cams are like $500 each. I'de like to keep it under $700 for both if at all possible.
My point exactly. I got my cams for less than $700 for a pair from Webcam. Way less.
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