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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2012 7:44 pm 
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So the question is does cultus gti camshafts fit to a standard g13b head with original camshaft pulley, or does it have to be an adjustable pulley, and do I need to tune/mode/adjust something else?

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As far as I know they bolt right in place of the stock G13B shafts. I dont think a tune is necessary but you would see more improvement out of the cam swap with adequate tune.

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cultus cams are just a part of the equation. the cultus also had higher compression pistons, a special header, and completely different engine management (with a knock sensor.)

you can drop the cams into a gt engine but without the other magic parts, don't expect the same results.

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Not to mention the cultus intake manifold!

Just get with suprfly and get a cam from him, I do not think the cultus cam is that radical in all reality (I might be wrong).

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From what I understand the cultus cam has same lift as the non-cultus gti cam, but with 1 degree more duration. If you do get a set of adjustable cam gears and with some proper tuning (spark & fuel) you can make some decent power up to the mid 7k rpm.

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PBC137 wrote:
From what I understand the cultus cam has same lift as the non-cultus gti cam, but with 1 degree more duration. If you do get a set of adjustable cam gears and with some proper tuning (spark & fuel) you can make some decent power up to the mid 7k rpm.


Actually they do have more lift. I have verified it with a micrometer.

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I stand corrected....good to know!

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here are the specs,

http://tighecams.com.au/bikes.htm

click Suzuki, then GTI.

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swifty92 wrote:
here are the specs,

http://tighecams.com.au/bikes.htm

click Suzuki, then GTI.



What cams are BD.10 and BD.14?

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bd10 and bd14's are different profiles of cams. the bd 10's are extremely close to suprfly's 210/340 cams which are a great street/strip/race cam. the bd14's are more aggresive but many have run them on their daily drivers. Both of these cams will give you great top end with some loss in the bottom end. More so for both with the bd14's. i have run the 210/340 cams and made power till 8600 rpm.

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I have the BD10's and like them but you are money ahead (and supporting a forum member) to just buy a set of regrinds from Superf1y. I only have mine as they came in one of the GT's I have had- My other G13B will end up getting a set of his regrinds eventually.

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swifty92 wrote:
bd10 and bd14's are different profiles of cams. the bd 10's are extremely close to suprfly's 210/340 cams which are a great street/strip/race cam. the bd14's are more aggresive but many have run them on their daily drivers. Both of these cams will give you great top end with some loss in the bottom end. More so for both with the bd14's. i have run the 210/340 cams and made power till 8600 rpm.


Yeah I know they're different profiles, I should have clarified. I was really asking what application/engine they came with, or whether they are aftermarket cams or reground cams.

With the Sandros chip and 210/340 cams, is there any great loss in low down power, say for city driving? I understand that the 210/340 need to idle @ 1100rpm to be happy?

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