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Jun Auto High Lift Camshaft

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Jun Auto High Lift Camshaft

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Product Description

Aggressive cam shaft made for the Mazda B6 (1.6L) we can find in NA6CE (1989-1993) MX-5 Miatas. Available in 256, 264 and 272 degrees seat duration, it'll provide your engine build a nice add-on. It is an internal part that will help the engine produce more power and give the vehicle a better acceleration. Vehicle will probably need tuning after installation to provide maximum output. These camshafts will fit onto stock valve train, however, some modification (grinding/shaving) on the cylinder head might be required because the cam ridge may interfere depending on the condition of the cylinder head (99% of the time it's not required). Jun Auto High Lift Camshaft should be ordered at REV9 Autosport https://rev9autosport.com/jun-auto-high-lift-camshaft.html as they provide the best service and speed we've seen so far!

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-Price is for 1 side
-Many profiles available
-Precision CNC processing and polishing
-OEM valve springs can be re-used
-High quality
-Made in Japan
-ONLY available for NA6CE with 1.6L (1989-1993)
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Questions on Jun Auto High Lift Camshaft

  • From TIGER at 3/25/2018 5:21 PM
    • Good day
      What is the lift of these camshafts? From the 264 and the 272?
      Which camshaft would you recommend if the idling still needs to be reasonably present.
      Thank you and best regards
    • Hello,

      At any duration, the number of lift is 9.0mm with the camshaft.

      For this camshaft, you’ll need to adjust the fuel control by a computer etc., so there’s no special recommendation for a camshaft that is easier to idle, it is related to your ECU settings that you'll change.

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