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Old 07-30-2013, 02:45 PM
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Originally Posted by ironchef2011 View Post
Why do you think that is? Less rotational mass or the ability to run a more aggressive cam profile?
Right now it is due to the cam phaser and tuning, those are the limiting factors of the VVT motor. I want to see someone who has actually successfully installed a very agressive cam on a RAM with a vvt motor and made insane power off it? And if so what cam and who tuned it?

Oh and the rediculous prices of these comp cams that can be installed with a cam phaser limiter are a whole other reason why no one has tried to install them. Your looking at like $3000 in a cam install once your done! No thank you...
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