AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

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AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby shuggy » Fri Jul 03, 2009 2:18 pm

ALL INFORMATION COURTESY OF CAMTECH CAMS AUSTRALIA
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Phone: (02) 9755 3101
http://www.camtechcams.com.au/
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby Rally_2.6LC » Wed Jul 15, 2009 4:54 pm

NB: called CamTech and the only 4G32 cams they do are #1 and #2 (maybe 3 if ur cams in fantastic nic) but they wont Hardface Weld anymore because "it takes too much time" #1 and #2 are $198 for regrind.

Just thought ppl might want to know.


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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby shuggy » Wed Jul 15, 2009 9:16 pm

well thats shit..

more reason for me to get an astron :P
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby Rally_2.6LC » Thu Jul 16, 2009 3:17 pm

That is just CamTech though. The specs are there and if you take them along with ur cam to another place they might do hardface welding and regrind if your serious and want to pay the money to get it done.
There are pleanty of other cam shops around.

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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby Torana68 » Thu Jul 16, 2009 6:36 pm

........lots of cam grinders around, but they usually have their own grinds and wont do someone elses as you need a master to make one, their master is their grind, thats why a No 5 for the 4G32 (Mitsubishi no. 5 not no. 5 in a list) is so valuable, you cant get it ground on your cam, same with Mits No 4, anything bigger than Mits No3 needs a billet, or welding, which are expensive and hard to find.
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby Anchor » Wed Aug 05, 2009 3:55 pm

Lol, my custom cam for my 4g63 SOHC Stroker is wilder than their stage 6 by a fair bit.... Aha should be fun.
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby DanTurboLancer » Sun Jan 10, 2010 8:19 pm

Well done SHUGGY, good post!

I was wondering how to find this info!!

Im chasing cranky rough ass idle so it sounds like an animal haha
but then revs through till its screaming ;)
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby shuggy » Sun Jan 10, 2010 10:11 pm

im actually in the wrong for this one, there was 2 messy topics on cams before so i grabbed these off a site and cleaned it up not knowing that one of tho topics before hand had the stock cam details (mitsu series). so yeah sorry my bad

that info is from camtech cams . com
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby EVL076 » Thu Feb 18, 2010 8:43 pm

i rang camtech today

they can regrind your standard astron cam - solid not the hydro
to stage 4 specs

(which is the cam i wanted anyway :P )

price, at the time of my call today:

$200 inc GST for the regrind
$130 inc GST for the Valve springs to suit
$30 for postage to TASSIE....

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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby DanTurboLancer » Sat Dec 11, 2010 2:59 pm

I called Crow Cams the other day, they will regrind a Magna Cam for turbo $120

Call them to find out more details and specs...

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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby astronturbo77 » Sat Dec 11, 2010 3:10 pm

why cant people see that waggots are the best people to deal with????
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby Superscan811 » Sat Dec 11, 2010 4:43 pm

astronturbo77 wrote:why cant people see that waggots are the best people to deal with????
Too true.
Most places don't take the time to check your engine specs/expectations and match the cam.

BTW:
What material are cams made out of?
Cast steel? cast Iron?

Reason I ask is I have acquired a CNC lathe and I don't see how hard a billet would be to make.
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby astronturbo77 » Sat Dec 11, 2010 8:17 pm

umm i think they are cast steel. peter waggot knows his stuff and grinds the cam to suit your engine, cheap, reliable, good workmanship...
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby DanTurboLancer » Sat Dec 11, 2010 11:11 pm

Never known anyone that has dealth with Waggots,
I have heard of them.

Where are they located?

How much does his one off custom grind cost?

Steve the Lathe is awesome, very handy mate :D
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby astronturbo77 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:04 am

they are is blacktown nsw from memory, last one i got done was around $210 with heavier valve springs and postaged to tassie...
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby Superscan811 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:11 am

astronturbo77 wrote:they are is blacktown nsw from memory
Not quite.
They are in Alstonville, far north coast of NSW, in between Lismore and Ballina. It's my old stomping ground.

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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby astronturbo77 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 1:17 pm

Superscan811 wrote:
astronturbo77 wrote:they are is blacktown nsw from memory
Not quite.
They are in Alstonville, far north coast of NSW, in between Lismore and Ballina. It's my old stomping ground.

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:thumpsup: not a bad guess from someone in tassie! :P
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby slugma » Thu Mar 01, 2012 12:57 am

Stage 3 requires limited mods, wot the hell are limited mods???
Also, how lumpy is the stage 3?
Anyone got a sound clip of one?
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby amehel0 » Wed Mar 14, 2012 3:02 am

Superscan811 wrote:
astronturbo77 wrote:why cant people see that waggots are the best people to deal with????
Too true.
Most places don't take the time to check your engine specs/expectations and match the cam.

BTW:
What material are cams made out of?
Cast steel? cast Iron?

Reason I ask is I have acquired a CNC lathe and I don't see how hard a billet would be to make.
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i dont think the trick is in making the billet but more in the metallurgy.
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby amehel0 » Wed Mar 14, 2012 3:04 am

slugma wrote:Stage 3 requires limited mods, wot the hell are limited mods???
Also, how lumpy is the stage 3?
Anyone got a sound clip of one?


Id say limited mods are up to a small turbo application. You're going to be much better doing some research on cams and seeing what sort of duration would be suitable.
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby hengagc75 » Mon Mar 24, 2014 4:52 pm

I have a number 1 on the cam of my GC.. Did all GC's have #1
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby 75glnt » Mon Mar 24, 2014 7:30 pm

I've got a billet 30/70 in my 1600 from Peter waggot :) nice and lumpy
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby hengagc75 » Wed Mar 26, 2014 9:56 pm

How much can the #1 can be worked/modified/grounded.. I want a lumpier sound and a bit more pull.. What carbs are ideal for daily driving also? I'm not trying to be stupidly quick or anything, just want a tiny bit more poke :P
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Re: AFTERMARKET CAMTECH CAM SPECS - SATURN - ASTRON - EVO

Postby 75glnt » Thu Mar 27, 2014 7:19 am

32/36 webber carb.. Some extractors and a 2" exhaust. And a very mild cam should be enough :)
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