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    2.5 cam and performance-comp cam info-

    I have been looking into more power from my 2.5 other than supercharger or turbo..so i have SOMTHING from comp cams.. here is the e-mail

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    Hi Brian,
    You will want to use part# 822-12 lifters with this camshaft and also use part# 926-12 valve springs which will require some machine work to the head to fit. I will list pricing below for you, if you have any further questions or need help ordering you can do so direct through me. Please get back with me if I can help further, thanks.

    114-000-5: $198.40
    822-12: $66.41
    926-12: $66.68
    PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE IF ORDERED IN A KIT

    For more information about any other COMP CAMS product, please feel free to contact COMP CAMS at 1-800-999-0853 or at COMP Cams - Performance Camshafts, Valve Train, & Much More

    Thank you for choosing COMP CAMS

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Brian Reichard [mailto:twistedoffroad1997@yahoo.com]
    Sent: Friday, January 15, 2010 10:38 PM
    To: Cole Ventrone
    Subject: Re: brian reichard - COMPCams.com - Camshaft Recommendation Form

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    From: Cole Ventrone <cventrone@compcams.com>
    To: twistedoffroad1997@yahoo.com
    Sent: Fri, January 15, 2010 1:26:14 PM
    Subject: RE: brian reichard - COMPCams.com - Camshaft Recommendation Form

    Hi Brian,

    After looking through your information I suggest one of our CUSTOM GRIND
    series cams. Here is the part number for the cam I have suggested
    (114-000-5). I recommend that you change your valve springs and lifters if
    you are interested we here at Comp Cams can put kits together. Just let me
    know? I will list the specs on this cam below. If you have any questions
    feel free to reply or call our tech line. Have a great day.

    GRIND#: A4 5226 /5206 H 113.0


    DURATION @ .050 INTAKE 200 ROCKER ARM
    RATIO
    VALVE ADJ INTAKE .000 DURATION @ .050 EXHAUST 206 INTAKE
    1.60
    VALVE ADJ EXHAUST .000 LOBE LIFT INTAKE .2600 EXHAUST
    1.60
    VALVE LIFT INTAKE .416 LOBE LIFT EXHAUST .2720
    VALVE LIFT EXHAUST .435 LOBE SEPARATION 113.0
    DURATION .006 INTAKE C/L 110.0
    TAPPET LIFT INTAKE 248 CAM ADVANCE 3
    TAPPET LIFT EXHAUST 255 HYDRAULIC Y
    VALVE TIMING .050 OVERHEAD CAM N
    VALVE OPEN INTAKE 10- JOURNAL DIAMETER STD
    VALVE OPEN EXHAUST 39
    VALVE CLOSED INTAKE 30
    VALVE CLOSED EXHAUST 13-

    For more information about any other COMP CAMS product, please feel free to
    contact COMP CAMS at 1-800-999-0853 or at COMP Cams - Performance Camshafts, Valve Train, & Much More
    <outbind://49/www.compcams.com>

    Thank you for choosing COMP CAMS



    Cole Ventrone

    Comp Cams Performance Group

    ZEX, RHS, FAST, INGLESE,

    cventrone@compcams.com <mailto:msummerfield@compcams.com>

    1-800-365-9145 ext. 534

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Fredy Hilario [mailto:fhilario@compcams.com]
    Sent: Monday, January 11, 2010 9:12 AM
    To: Cole Ventrone
    Subject: brian reichard - COMPCams.com - Camshaft Recommendation Form


    <http://www.CompCams.com>
    Camshaft Recommendation Request
    Note To Customer: The information below has been received by CAM Help? tech
    support. This email is for your records.
    CONTACT INFORMATION
    First Name: brian Email: twistedoffroad1997@yahoo.com
    Last Name: reichard Day Phone: (8am-5pm CST)
    VEHICLE INFORMATION
    Make: jeep Model: wrangler
    Year: 1997
    Weight: 2000 lbs. Axle Ratio: 4.11
    Transmission Type: Automatic Tire Height: 31x10.50x15
    Torque Converter Stall Speed: none
    ENGINE INFORMATION
    Engine Block Type: Other Engine Size: 150ci 2464cc ***
    Number of Cylinders: 4 Bore: 3.88
    Stroke: 3.19 Compression Ratio: 9..2:1
    Piston Type: n/a Connecting Rod Length: n/a
    Intake Manifold Type: n/a
    Cylinder Head(s) Brand: 403
    Head Runner Volume: n/a Ported Heads: No
    Intake Valve Size: n/a Exhaust Valve Size: n/a
    Rocker Arm Type: Stock Rocker Arm Ratio n/a:1
    Timing Set Type: Chain Timing Set Fixed/Adjustable: Fixed
    Exhaust Headers: No Exhaust Type: Single
    RPM Range Low: N/A RPM Range High: 5550
    Nitrous Oxide: No Horsepower from Nitrous: N/A
    COMPUTER CONTROLLED VEHICLES
    Vehicle Computer Type: Stock
    Speed Density Sensor: Don't Know
    Mass Air Sensor: Don't Know
    FUEL DELIVERY
    Fuel Type: Pump Gas Fuel Octane Rating: 97
    Carburetor: No Carburetor Size: N/A
    Direct Port Injection: No Number of Injectors: N/A
    Oversize Injectors: N/A
    Electronic Fuel Injection: Yes Oversize Injectors: No
    Custom Tuned: No
    AIR DELIVERY
    Turbo Charger: No Supercharger: No
    Max Boost Level: n/a
    APPLICATION SPECIFICS
    Application Type: Off-Road 4x4 Other Application Type: N/A
    Race Class (If Applicable): N/A
    VALVE TRAIN SPECIFICS
    Desired Lifter Type: Not Sure
    What type of camshaft are you currently using?
    Camshaft Brand: stock Part Number: N/A
    Specs: N/A

    Considering the current peformance of your vehicle, do you need:
    More Low Speed Torque? Yes More RPM? Yes
    Is Idling Speed Important? No Is Emissions Compliance
    Important? No
    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
    Im looking for a none stock cam for offroad.
    Redline fever
    Last edited by Team Twisted Off Road; 01-20-2010 at 10:09 PM.

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    Re: 2.5 cam and performance-comp cam info-

    Sounds good, except the part where the head will need machining to make the valve springs fit correctly.

    If you install this stuff, could you please let me know how good it is? And also please let me know how much of a pain it is to get the head machined to spec?
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    Re: 2.5 cam and performance-comp cam info-

    I can do that it will be some time this summer.. but i posted this for every other 2.5 owner out there that is looking for a little more hp and grunt.

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    Re: 2.5 cam and performance-comp cam info-

    I put a new cam on mine; it is a Mopar Performance .450 lift 256 duration Mopar High Performance camshaft (the most extreme cam for the 2.5L that Mopar made for street use). It does improve the power of the engine, and I used off the shlef springs from Summit; no mod needed to the head.

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    Re: 2.5 cam and performance-comp cam info-

    I installed the same Mopar Performance cam that jfrabat did, I used valve springs from Mopar Performance for the increased lift and didn't require any machine work to the head. The Mopar v8's use the same valve springs.

    You can still get the valve springs and retainers from Mopar Performance, but the camshafts are no longer in production and difficult to find.

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    Smile Re: 2.5 cam and performance-comp cam info-

    oh i've been waiting for this.. i used them on my 4.0 works great.... now to do the 2.5 :)

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