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    Performance cams for naturally aspirated 1.6

    Looking for a set of Kelford, HKS, Piper etc cams for my 1.6. Anybody have a set tucked away on a shelf somewhere? Miata has a standalone ecu.

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    2,000 rpm - light wheelspin, no bog here! MLambert19's Avatar
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    I'd reach out to Rod @ Tetsuya Garage if you haven't yet. He might be able to source a set from Buyee/Yahoo Japan Auctions.

    Good luck! -Matt

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    1,000 rpm - releasing the clutch Infedora's Avatar
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    Hadn’t thought of that. Thanks.

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    HKS, Toda and Maruha offer plenty of options, depends on your application.

    I've got Piper Cams in mine (based in the UK). Kent cams are also an options for those outside of the US. Very few cams in the NA are simply are "drop in" affair. Unlike the NB models - you usually need a standalone to get the most out of them.
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    1,000 rpm - releasing the clutch MaRcOp01o's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarylSibcy View Post
    HKS, Toda and Maruha offer plenty of options, depends on your application.

    I've got Piper Cams in mine (based in the UK). Kent cams are also an options for those outside of the US. Very few cams in the NA are simply are "drop in" affair. Unlike the NB models - you usually need a standalone to get the most out of them.
    I wish i could find a set of HKS cams.

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    4,000 rpm - entering the fun zone RustRat's Avatar
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    I know someone who might have some for sale soon. And I think you know him too.


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    2,000 rpm - light wheelspin, no bog here! MLambert19's Avatar
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    http://www.maruhamotors.co.jp/miata/...fcamforn6.html

    Maruha's are $450 + Shipping new... $700 or so with adjustable cam gears.

    -Matt

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    Contact Rod @ TetsuyaGarage.com he can order some from Toda

    Here are the ones for the 1.6L B6 Engine

    http://www.toda-racing.co.jp/en/product/cam/b6-1.html




    Also the duralumin adjustable cam pulleys are available from Toda

    http://www.toda-racing.co.jp/en/product/cam/b6-2.html


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    1,000 rpm - releasing the clutch Infedora's Avatar
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    Thanks guys. It seems like it shouldn't be hard to source cams. But then, not a lot of 1.6 love. With my ITB's nearly ready to install, would love to pull just a bit more out of the engine.

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