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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2005 12:55 pm 
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Supposedly they bump power up like 15-20 HP. I'm not sure on that. You know, those guys tell you they turbocharged their Daihatsu Mira so it makes 15000000 Hp now or something.
I guess 10 HP could be realistic on a stock engine.

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Supposedly they bump power up like 15-20 HP. I'm not sure on that. You know, those guys tell you they turbocharged their Daihatsu Mira so it makes 15000000 Hp now or something.
I guess 10 HP could be realistic on a stock engine.
:lol: Yeah I know. :) So you haven't personally tried 'em or know of anyone who did?

Well your guess of about a 10hp gain is something but I'm guessing that's just a hairline over if I just used a stock 63T exhaust cam, would you think so?

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Honestly, I just don't know. Those 10 HP were guesstimated. :-?

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Honestly, I just don't know. Those 10 HP were guesstimated. :-?
Sir, one more question. Would you know of any "valve-piston" clearance issues if I do put the turbo cams (either stock 4G63T cams or HKS 264's) in my 4G67?

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Yes, never ever let the timing belt rip or slip. :wink: Remember, those engines are already interference engines. Other than that, the Turbo cams do not affect piston-valve clearance in any significant matter.

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Yes, never ever let the timing belt rip or slip. :wink: Remember, those engines are already interference engines.
No worries there but thanks for the reminder. :lol:
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Other than that, the Turbo cams do not affect piston-valve clearance in any significant matter.
Just the assurance I was looking for. Thank you sir.

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I have a 1.8L DOHC mits in my Hyundai Elantra, where do I buy the balancer shaft removal kit for mine??


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Call your local mitsu dealship and order the 4 parts listed on this page.

http://www.vfaq.com/mods/balance-shafts.html

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I've been told the 1.8 JDM turbo motor has no B.S. (can't confirm that), don't know about Hyundai 1.8.

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I've been told the 1.8 JDM turbo motor has no B.S. (can't confirm that), don't know about Hyundai 1.8.
All Hyundais even the 1.6L have BS for some reason. At leaset all that I have seen.

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I've always "heard" that the bal. shft. removal was worth 10 hp. Since it's a "heard" thing, I would look realistically for 5-8hp. IMHO. I have a set of turbo cams if anyone is interested.
Oh, and the general thought is to retard the exhaust 0ne link which is aprox. 5*. You can check the clearance easily by using a socket wrench on pulley and slowly rotate the crank two revolutions with the plugs out (eases compression). Listen for a "touch" but I'm sure that you will be OK.

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I did a comparison of stock dsm cams a while back. many of you are members of galantvr4.org - so log in and hopefully it will let you follow this link:

http://www.galantvr4.org/ubbthreads/sho ... Post187568

if not search for "Stock DSM Cam Comparison - pics" under sleepyvr4.

the lobes were essentially measured with a digital caliper, and all measurements and cam types were recorded.

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^^^ I like this guy! :lol: Good info to have at our fingertips.


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i was told by a mitsu mechanic that if you retard the exhaust cam by 1 tooth on the belt it made them go better.think it freed them up at higher rpm.i never got round to trying it on my car when i had it thou. :cry:


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Yes, that is the general mantra. five to seven degrees exhaust retard is called for to get more TOP end. One tooth is about that.

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