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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2007 10:52 am 
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Do any of these have a positive effect on gas mileage, or are they strictly performance? BTW I have a 95 G10. :D


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Read the thread, its been covered.

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Ok, I've read some reviews on the +10 sproket and there seems to mixed reactions on gas mileage with it. Some had no recorded change in gas mileage, others had a small increase. So, good to go! Are there two different cam sprokets for my year, or was it a transition year where some things were being changed between them?


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94/95 are funny years, and you'll either have the 23mm, or 28mm wide sprockets.
You will have to check.

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I'm assuming that measurment is from the center of the sprocket? Anyways, I'll make 2 measurements of the center and the OD and report back!

Edit:: Gotcha now ;)

UPDATE: Well, turns out my sprocket is 23mm, I will be keeping tabs on when you will be up and running again so I can get a +10 23mm sprcket from you. Thanks!

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Its the width of the sprocket, not the diameter.

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My 94 1.0 AT has had motor swapped. What exactly do you need to know, assuming it's from a 92-95, to ID the right gear. Also, is +10 my best bet, assuming it is a 94 motor, and any way to Verify the year of this engine? Once I know for sure what mine needs I'll be ordering 1 for me as well as 1 for a friend with a 92 1.0 MT

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Sprocket construction(stamped steel, or cast?)
if cast, what is the width?

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I got my +10 sprocket in last night! I'll most likely install it when my rebuild's complete. Thanks!

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Superfly,
Finally got a look at my gear. It's cast, and appears to be 28mm wide. Do you need same info for my friend's '92 1.0 MT, also? or is the year sufficient? I would like to order a gear for mine, and one for my friend at the same time, let me know what info you need. PM best for c/c info, shipping address, etc?

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*crosses fingers*

Hope you guys have one that will fit on a 98 1.3L.

I sent an email on your site.


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hotrodray1 wrote:
I am needing a cam gear for a 1989 swift glx with a 1993 1.3 SOHC . What do you think i need to use? I may also get a cam in a while it is a auto trans. Thanks


The advanced timing sprockets are not recomended for the 1.3 8V motors.

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I have a g16 sohc 16 valves.
what do you recomend?
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fede wrote:
I have a g16 sohc 16 valves.
what do you recomend?
thanx
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If your sprocket has 2 slots, try the one marked E.
If not, get one from a GTi, and try that.
You don't need to advance these motors much, or at all.

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Thanx for your reply.
My engine has the max torque at 3500 rpm and max power at 6000.
I read somewhere that if I advance the cam I can move the torque peak upwards.
My car is pulling quite well from idle to near 6k. I can cruise at 50kms/hr. in fifth gear. I think that if I can move the torque peak to 4000 or 4100 rpm it will pull harder in the higher revs (never more than 7k). Am I saying crap??

Will an adjustable cam gear help me here?

thanks again
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Well, you have it backwards.
Advance the valve timing to move your powerband down.
It really is intended for fine tuning(unless its so far out from the factory that it needs to be corrected), and what you are looking for seems to be a little more than that.
If you have the double slot sprocket, and its already on the E mark, then put it on the I.
It might get you halfway there(4 degrees retard)

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Im curently on a project car its a 95 swift, and im putting in a "01" g13b 4 cyl fuel injected motor, do you have a cam gear for this perticular motor, and what should be my setting. and do you have a cam 4 me ??? http://www.teamswift.net/viewtopic.php?t=35910


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You don't need a sprocket for that motor. Use the 'E' setting on your stock one.
My new cam profile for this motor is a nice one. Good idle, no codes, and it adds good lift, duration, and RPM.
.340" lift, 192int/198exh duration
Thats a 8 degree gain on the intake and a 14 degree gain on the exh.
The exh. duration, and extra .060"(!!) lift gain.

I can go a little milder, or a little wilder than this one, but not much wilder, if you want it to be code free.


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Hi 3 tech,
Someone said I might be able to get a stock camshaft pulley for my 91 geo 1 liter?
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