Justin Choi (p...@deltanet.com)
I...spoke to the guy who [had] the Nismo exhaust Cam. He said that
the cam was the best investment he ever made into his car. He was
running a best of 15.8 before the cam and then 15.2 after the cam.
His idle is just fine, but his car does die occasionally when idling.
I'm thinking that the JWT computer could fix the problem. But if the
cam does make that much of a difference... hell it's worth the $150 or
however much it costs.
Merlin Johnson (d...@connectnet.com)
The Nismo exhaust cam works quite well in our engine with a stock
head. I have seen a few cars with that cam, and either they make them
idle at 1500-2500rpm to run right, or they lope at lower rpms. The
cam is from the SR20DET and was made for mechanical lifters. When
installed in a hydralic head, I believe you end up with too much
Searl Tate (s...@expersoft.com)
The NISMO exhaust cam comes from a domestic market SR20 with
mechanical lifters- not hydraulic. The exhaust cam is a big mistake.
If you want real performance, go with the JWT cams.
Trisha B Reed (t...@wsunix.wsu.edu)
Stillen stopped selling the NISMO exhaust cam after they put it on the
dyno, go w/ JWTs street cams, much more power.