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kelford stg1 vs. 06-08 Tsx cams

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I was wondering if someone could help chime in and compare the Kelford stg1 cams vs. 06-08 TSX camshafts.
I am leaning towards the kelford stg1. upgrading my valve train is NOT an option.

Thanx 8th Gen
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Well as far as brazzillion I'm not too sure, you should give these guys a chance, cmon no on else has enough balls to try out these cams and these were done by a sponsors car so I think these are better according to the dyno (fact) from the tsxs.
and there is nothing wrong with the TSX cams either, its good to SHOW what every cam can do with proven facts such as a dyno for everyone who chooses to go internally with their set up BEFORE they buy blind folded and OR go with hearsay.
Thanks EVASIVE for a good job well done, il sure be keeping my out for these guys to when i get a chance to go with a cam swap!
Well I just got off the phone with Brian from motovicity distribution center for Kelford cams and they said to go to any of your k series performance shop and you should be able to order from them, great guy, so you don't necessarily have to purchase them from evasive Motorsports.

email received-

You may have not heard of the Kelford's because we just released the Kseries
cams a couple months ago. If you read any forums related to Mitsubishi, EVO
and DSM, or Subaru we are the highest recommended cam. Kelford has a very
large application list for their cams. Like I said before, all they make is
race cams.

If you want to get more hands on info call Club RSX, http://www.clubrsx.com/

They have done testing on every model of the Kelford Kseries cams and had a
lot of input on the design of those cams.

Brian (Mac)

received email from CC-

Nice to see there is interest developing on the Kelford k-series cams. I
just got done testing their new Type C camshaft on our 2.5L Club RSX short
block and they made an impressive 40 horsepower gain. I haven't tested a
set of the stage 1's on the z3 motor but I would expect you would see around
a 15 to 20 horsepower gain with them on a stock motor. Then the more mods
that you do the more power they will help you make. The really nice part
about these cams is they have a really nice ramp rate built into the
camshaft so they are very quite compared to everything else on the market.
This ramp rate also helps with cylinder head and the valves by not slamming
the valve closed. I don't think that you would be disappointed with these
cams. Just let us know when you want to pick up a set:
http://www.clubrsx.com/cr/KEL-179-A.html. I also highly recommend their
valve springs, the bee hive design is really nice and you can easily run
them all the way up to the Type C camshaft so you only have to spend the
money once: http://www.clubrsx.com/cr/KEL-KVS79-K.html. Please let me know
if you have any other questions!


Chris Dye
Club RSX, Inc.
P: (719) 282-9887
F: (719) 282-9443

Like i said, these guys are great, very informative, so if you can't find them at evaisive but give motovicity a call and they can direct you to the correct performance shop for all your kelford needs! 15-20HP hmm sounds pretty damn close to the dyno in the import tuner mag.
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according to the magazine without a tune yes it WAS possible.
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