Camshaft Billets are are available in mild for street applications, to wild for full race.
Turbo and Naturally aspirated profiles are available, along with the ability to provide customised profiles to the customers own specifications.
As a general rule, any stage 2 or larger profile, valve springs and vernier camshaft gears be utilised to gain maximum performance from your camshaft upgrade. We always recommend, don’t go for the largest provide available, a smaller profile will provide excellent results with less side effects. Idle stability and fuel economy are always a factor to be taken into account. Larger profiles will have great effects on these areas of the vehicle.
By using brand new billet camshafts, our profiles are not limited by the amount of material on the camshaft, no reduction of case hardened material and able to provide any profile that you is physically able to fitted to your engine without any lifter rattle / clearance issues.
Download the following Microsoft XLS Worksheet for more detailed information on our camshaft profiles. This will be continually updated as we continue to update our range.
We always recommend, don’t go for the largest provide available, a smaller profile will provide excellent results with less side effects. Idle stability and fuel economy are always a factor to be taken into account. Larger profiles will have great effects on these areas of the vehicles
Custom profiles can be manufactured at extra expense, customer to provide specifications they wish, and a matching profile that is closest to the specifications requested will be used.
- Mitsubishi 6G75 SOHC Mivec 24v Camshafts
- The 6G75 Mivec camshaft runs a single lobe for the exhaust camshaft, and runs two different intake lobes, one for low and one for high rpm.The factory set-up runs a very conservative intake low rpm profile, and a more aggressive high rpm profile.
- Due to the nature of this camshaft design, there is no need to change the valve springs on this engine until you move up to a stage 3 Profile Camshaft.
- Additionally, the factory set-up is hydraulic on the exhaust profile, and solid tappet on the intake making it a confusing one to set-up.
- The intake lobe low rpm profile is further complicated, by actually running two different lobes.
- The second low rpm lobe runs half the lift of its matching partner.
- We alter this by running the same profile on both low rpm intake lobes which means that although our stage 1 camshaft runs the same duration / lift as factory, it is in fact nearly 50% more flow than factory specifications
- Profiles are still being developed for the Mitsubishi 4wd Range of vehicles.