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Crow Cams for VE SV6?

Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by Unit_01, Apr 15, 2009.

  1. Unit_01

    Unit_01 New Member

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    Hello.

    Just wanted to know if crow cams or any other type of cams are available for the VE SV6.

    And if anyone has had them put into their VE SV6 as of yet.

    cheers.
     
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  2. hakhawk

    hakhawk smooth moderator Staff Member

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    Tried calling crow themselves?
     
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    Performance manifolds and CHE do alloytec cams.
     
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    After seeing the performace those CHE guys are getting and figuring that most of those gains are in the cams I'd be calling some cam grinders if I had a alloytech too :), Crow/Wade/Waggot take your pick, They are getting better times out of them than the SC cars are
     
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    Reaper Tells it like it is.

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    Crow USA is broke. Dunno if that translates to Crow Aus or not but doesn't bode well.

    Reaper
     
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    Yeah, i'll contact CHE and see what they can do.
     
  7. Troy711

    Troy711 Retired Old Fart Staff Member

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    Crane Cams are broke too

    LiquiTec
     
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    H1GHROLLR CHEMICALLY SUPERCHARGED

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    ISKY racing cams try them i have used them for years always been real good for small performance to huge performance
     
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    do u mean Crow or Crower?

    2 totally different companies m8, Crower being the US company
     
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    Troy711 Retired Old Fart Staff Member

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    I'd say 12 months ago when it was first posted he meant Crow... I remember reading a media release on the subject.
     
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    SV6SidiUTE Vroom?

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    i'm not your genius when it comes to engines so here is me learning :)

    so... cams.... the shape of the cams changes the speed of the duration the valves come down and back up? hence......somehow giving engine more power? Yes... no? If so how exactly, and what sort of gains?
    Pros, cons?
     

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