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Old 04-04-2015, 11:22 PM   #1
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Selling a Built 1999 Cylinder Head , Fresh Valve Job


Ported + Polished and flow tested
Clearanced Lifter Bores For Big Cams
Bronze Guides
Supertech +1mm Stainless Intake & Exhaust Valves
Supertech Dual Valve Springs + Titanium Retainers
Mazda Comp Shim Under Bucket Lifters
Supertech Lash Caps
Integral R3 Intake Cam
Integral R1 Exhaust Cam
Fidanza Cam Gears
Gates Racing Timing Belt
ARP Stainless 12pt Intake Manifold Studs
ARP 12pt Exhaust Nuts
Hondata Thermal Gasket
Black Wrinkle Valve Cover w/ -10AN Breather Ports
"94" Cam Angle Sensor
Water Neck Block Off Plate

$2000 complete + Paypal fee's + Shipping
Will separate Head and Cams ($1500/$500)
Located in CT

Please do you homework , I have posted the cam specs. I can't tell you if they are your dream cam or how they will work for your motor. Yes they sound badass.
















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I'm seriously hoping you didn't set that head flat on the mating surface with the cam caps torqued.

I've see stock heads bend valves that way.....less long cams with 10mm lift.
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The head is sitting on thick cardboard. I gently placed it there for the sake of taking a few pictures then set it back up on end. The cams are obviously not at max lift. Thank you for your concern though.
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To clarify, 1.) have the cams been run in, and 2.) who did the port work, and do you have flow numbers and pics of the ports?
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Cams have been run in and look great, head was ported by my old boss at the engine shop I worked at, and flow tested on a super flow flow bench. Pm me for more details
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How's the idle with these cams? Was it choppy at all? I've been looking for a good set of cams to swap out my factory 99 I&E...
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I'll tell you what I have told every one else that asks.

They are aggressive, they have a mean lumpy idle that sounds spectacular.
I had them idle at 1200.

BUT...
I had a big throttle body and custom fabricated intake manifold, I had no idle control other than a screw on the throttle plate. So I ran it higher to keep it from stalling so much when it was cold (no cold idle)

These cams will idle at 1000rpm.
I can't tell you if they are right for you and your motor. It's for you to decide what you want.

I drove them on the street, I passed CT emissions twice with no cat on 880cc old style peak and hold injectors.
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Let me check my account when I get home, but I'm interested. Did the lift make the car interference? I've got 9:1 comp wiseco pistons right now, what were you running for pistons? How much for both cams and gears shipped to 55104?
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I'm curious about the piston clearance too
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Well i never broke a timing belt to find out, I would think its safe to assume yes it is now interference. On a side note, someone please buy at least the cams, all i need is money for a clutch to get the K24 into my car.
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This is a really nice deal. Just finished my cam + SUB project and ended up with about this much money in my head, and this one has much more $$$ parts. Way better deal than starting from scratch.
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