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Old 10-25-2009, 11:49 PM   #11
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Factory cam gears are known for being up to 5* off. Does HiTech offer cam gears that are in spec with their cams? (I thought I remember reading they did.) Technically no, you don't have to degree your cams but I would consider it. Or at least get the their cam gears to.

You never know how far off the your cams will be if you try and install them straight up.
Ya this ****s all new to me. So might not catch on to fast... linked the ones i was interested in..
http://hitechmotorsport.com/store/in...ducts_id=43789
http://hitechmotorsport.com/store/in...ducts_id=43911
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