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Old 10-28-2010, 08:22 AM   #1
cdnsigop
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Default EJ25D Cams with Boost 10-20+ psi

I have searched everywhere and am asking for help. I have nearly completed my budget build EJ25. Donor is a 99 Legacy Outback.

Build is a Phase 2 EJ25 block and crank, with EJ257 oem rods and pistons, Phase 1 EJ25D shim over bucket heads, an AVO 2.5 RS kit GT25 turbo and uppipe with an ebay Borla rep. dual port N/A header... I have the N/A EJ25D cams with the offset exhaust lobes...

What I want to know is how the stock cams will deal with big boost, as much as 20+ psi. It would be nice to hear from someone who has actually done this, as I do understand that N/A cams arent ideal for this...
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