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Introductory special offer:

UN1CAMS for s13: $780 (normally $880, save $100!)

UN1CAMS for s14: $780 (normally $880, save $100!)

UN1CAMS for s15: $780 (normally $880, save $100!)

 

This offer ends on Monday 3rd of October, 2011. All orders must be confirmed by this date for deliveries to be made by 3rd of November 2011.

 

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Considering the amount of lift, Valve springs would be recommended to be on the safe side, yes?

 

Edit: have you guys come up with a set of valve springs? Or are they in development?

S13 intake camshaft duration is different vs s14/15, out of curiosity why is that?

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you guys should design some drop in cams for RB20/25/26 :)

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S13 intake camshaft duration is different vs s14/15, out of curiosity why is that?

 

Due to VCT?

 

Keen on a set shortly.

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WOW some big statement there comparing to some very big name cams would love to see some results and hear ppl running these as i want some cams very soon and these DEf look good on paper

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11.9mm Lift and drop in you got be kidding. Valve springs would HIGHLY be recomemened!

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Dyno comparison would be awesome. Otherwise this has the potential to turn into the same kind of thread that Andrew Hawkins thread about Croydon cams turned into

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Lols I bought tomei springs and cams delivered from the states for $670........but hey I'll wind an extra 2psi into the motor to make up the 8Kw my cams are missing :bandaid: I'm still interested to see the comparison in response and boost ramp up tough

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We have invited Unigroup Engineering to discuss these camshafts to ensure the information you get is as accurate as possible and straight from the people who designed and engineered the UN1CAMS. Between ALPHA OMEGA Parts and Services and Unigroup Engineering we will address all your comments shortly. Thank you.

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Are you able to explain the benefits of a higher duration than stock, but less duration than the other entry level cams for the VCT SR.

 

 

$$$ includes delivery atleast.??

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im more than happy to pay extra for cams that will be better for my application but will need substantial data to back up claims since comparing to some of the biggest names in the industry

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doesnt it bind at 11.7mm? i think springs would be needed, also your just saying your cams are better, who doesigned them, tomei greddy hks etc all have engineers working it out with huge amounts of R&D i see that theres more lift which is good as the sr's love it buti fail to see how they wouldnt float with the 11.9 lift

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Are you able to explain the benefits of a higher duration than stock, but less duration than the other entry level cams for the VCT SR.

 

 

$$$ includes delivery atleast.??

 

Lift is always better than duration IF you can get it. This is even more so on turbo or supercharged motors. Cams 101 basic stuff.

 

 

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Gotcha, hence why they went a lil more lift than there competition.

But they have put in less duration and I was hoping I could hav there reason for this explained too me as the touch extra lift is obvious, but they obviously chose to couple that with less duration.

 

For example. A BC step 2 cam is 12.06 lift which is a touch more again, and duration has risen in accordance to 264.

 

So i would like to know the same for the unigroup cam, more lift but less duration than competitors.??

 

I have bought BC step 2's for 480 delivered, but if there's a reason to go less duration and sacrifice that extra bit of lift with the BC's, why should I change to there cam.

 

There almost double the price of the items iv bought, so the advantage needs to be sold to me.

 

Because either way, both cams iv just talked about need a spring upgrade. So sales pitch me a magic stick with good reason to spend more money.

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Gotcha, hence why they went a lil more lift than there competition.

But they have put in less duration and I was hoping I could hav there reason for this explained too me as the touch extra lift is obvious, but they obviously chose to couple that with less duration.

 

For example. A BC step 2 cam is 12.06 lift which is a touch more again, and duration has risen in accordance to 264.

 

So i would like to know the same for the unigroup cam, more lift but less duration than competitors.??

 

I have bought BC step 2's for 480 delivered, but if there's a reason to go less duration and sacrifice that extra bit of lift with the BC's, why should I change to there cam.

 

There almost double the price of the items iv bought, so the advantage needs to be sold to me.

 

Because either way, both cams iv just talked about need a spring upgrade. So sales pitch me a magic stick with good reason to spend more money.

 

 

+1

 

totally agree with u, if these cams will give me better results than my bc step 2 cams and my turbo is a gt rs il gladly sell mine to get a pair of these babies. they are abit pricey even more than jap cams

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Your comparing step 2 to step 1s different ball game pretty much there cams are to compete with other step 1s not 2 s

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Not really, 11.9/12.06 is bugger all difference and I'm still wanting to know why I should go less duration.

 

Next point is both also need new valve springs as there both over the bind limit.

 

Finally the BC's are rated 320-450hp

And these are claimed too be good up too 470hp.

 

As ya said money isn't everything id like to know the advantage of a touch less lift and alot less duration aswell as if it's gunna be more beneficial to me.

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Not really, 11.9/12.06 is bugger all difference and I'm still wanting to know why I should go less duration.

 

Next point is both also need new valve springs as there both over the bind limit.

 

Finally the BC's are rated 320-450hp

And these are claimed too be good up too 470hp.

 

As ya said money isn't everything id like to know the advantage of a touch less lift and alot less duration aswell as if it's gunna be more beneficial to me.

 

Again - cams 101. As long as you are getting the flow you need AND the longer the valves are shut (especially the zorst) the more power you make. That's an oversimplification obviously but you can't be pushing the piston down on the power stroke when the valves are open.

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either way from the lift...seems you will need springs replaced...which doesnt really make it a drop in cam then...

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well the s14/15 is as same life as tomei so prob get away w/o valve springs ...only the s13 variant prob need springs but yeah keen as mustard to see some back up info etc as on paper sounds like the cams i want/need

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Hi guys, UN1CAMS are step 1 / direct drop in / direct install camshafts which do not require upgraded valve springs. More information will be available shortly and we thank you for being patient as we work to get Unigroup Engineering up to speed on these forums...

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Probably made by Camtech.

 

Its hard to go past BC cams for bang 4 your buck, I mean really - $460 and proven results.

 

Even if they do outperform the best brands in the world I think the 8kW will be overlooked for the extra $400 which could be a set of injectors, valve springs, or extra pound of boost that will make up that power.

Edited by Chalkos

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It's not just about the 8kw but the way it comes on and how it drives I would buy em if it meant better / useable torque/ power for my application not just a better dyno print out

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Ive got unigroup cams, but i went valve springs as well

 

Have no back to back as i did comp and tune at same time

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It's not just about the 8kw but the way it comes on and how it drives I would buy em if it meant better / useable torque/ power for my application not just a better dyno print out

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Yavuz is a top bloke, but this is marketed shite

 

Because BC has stock to dump and the dollar is so good now ? I have asked around and this is what it costs to make cams in a low volume market like Australia. When I bought cams 1 - 2 years ago this is what people were paying, and mostly still are paying.

 

 

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