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PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2017 12:33 pm 
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I have been reading and lurking on other sites regarding cams and injectors.
I am narrowing it down to Brian Crower and Kelford. 264 or 272, i want to keep the stock valve assembly.
I dont want to go nuts with this motor setup. The car is quick enough for me now, just looking for a bit more wheel spin.
There is lots a smack talk on the BC cams, any opinions here?
And for injectors, I will either go with FIC, or PTE. 650-880. not sure yet.

In the end, the way I see it, it will be better than stock.
Being in Canada, I have to really research where the best value is for me as some vendors do not ship here.
Been buying stuff from rtmracing.com
putting a car together now with extrempsi.

Thoughts?
running currently 16g turbo stock boost with starion fmic, and ecmlink v3. 3" turbo back exhaust.
Goals are 18-20psi.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2017 6:37 pm 
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Extreme psi is a great vendor I order from them all the time I also on occasion get my parts from stm and map, as for cams I'd say 272 are a good choice I ordered gscs2 cam shafts for my future build. As for injectors id go fic all the way, get the 880 maybe even 950, the cost is so close per set of injectors that it makes sense to try and plan ahead a little putting slightly bigger injectors in now, will give you room to tune with later...same with cams if you aim to make more power later stages 3 cams and up would be better in some cases, but if you want reasonable idle quality 272 cams are a good compromise.

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