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post #41 of 44 (permalink) Old 10-03-2017, 09:42 AM
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Phil, is it necessary to remove side engine cover (timing chain cover) in order to install your cams? Also do they come with necessary gaskets?
I bought your stage 2 and 3 but wondering about the installation of the cams
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Do you need valve gap adjustment (shims etc) in order to install your cams?
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No sir.
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post #42 of 44 (permalink) Old 10-03-2017, 10:30 AM Thread Starter
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the timing chain cover stays on and the gaskets are reusable.

We don't have a tutorial on camshaft replacement put together at this time, so you'll need to be sure to be familiar with the 2GR to make your way through it...

Hope that helps a bit,


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I am really interested in adding Stage 2 to my NA Evora and I've already added the CAI which I really, really like in terms of sound and, although it's always subjective, seat of the pants dyno. What I am wondering is what kind of improvements in HP and TQ are there from just header versus header and tune? Any problem going just header, then tune? Thanks

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With just hardware changes (manifolds & CAI) won't the engine run lean with an ECU re-map to change fueling etc?

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