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Has anyone here used the UR cam gears?

Has anyone here used any cam gears and noted results better than 1-2 h.p?


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I haven't installed them, but I have a H22a PFI intake cam gear I'm selling for $75 shipped, it's the same quality/construction as the JUN one.
 

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unless you have aftermarket cams... gears are not really going to make power, but rather simply shift when and were the power is made in the rpm's.

in my opinion.

[This message has been edited by Luder-xhpx (edited April 03, 2001).]
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Smilez:
I haven't installed them, but I have a H22a PFI intake cam gear I'm selling for $75 shipped, it's the same quality/construction as the JUN one.

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they must be the best deal on earth considering my JUN sprockets cost $399 for the pair...

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I do have aftermarket cams. Just trying to find out what kind of gains ppl here have seen from using them, how much and what kind of cam gears.
 
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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by VeeTec:
Has anyone here used the UR cam gears?

Has anyone here used any cam gears and noted results better than 1-2 h.p?

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I have them. They are very nicely made, and Larry said that they have withstood his rigorous testing quite nicely. I haven't installed them yet, as I am still waiting on some engine parts. Quality costs money, in my opinion. If you're looking for something cheaper, look at Skunk2.

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