i dont think it will help at all no a stock engine. You really need to have a free er flowing exhaust and intake and the reflash before you put the cams in. Also, new springs and retainer would be good.
nothing negative but u wont get the maximum, you understand? i would contact skunk2 with ways of knowing the stage # of the camshafts.CS Si said:Thanks for the input. I bought them off someone, in January, who was going to put them in their SI race car but decided not to. The have a few hours of dyno time. I don't expect a whole lot of change. But I fugure I paid for them, and they have been sitting in my closet for the last 9 months I probably should put them in. :biggrin:
I'm pretty sure they are a stage 1. He was going to put put the cams in to cheat in his race class but they sounded too different. I assume they were a low stage because he didn't want to draw too much attention. Is there a way I can tell?
So I should get anything negative from just installing the cams, should I?