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Skunk2 Stage 1 Camshafts

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Has anyone seen this?


On Skunk2's site, they only show cams for the k20a, not our k20z...

has anyone installed these yet? Or is this just an error on procivic's part?

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^lol..lets try this again...without CAPS and maybe using full sentances and correct grammar...
^lol..lets try this again...without CAPS and maybe using full sentances and correct grammar...
hi, im happy to say im a new owner of an 07 4dr si:rockwoot: . im very interested in cams, would like to put some in in the future. a couple questions, first would using stage one cams from skunk or bc be reasonably good power or would building a head with retainers other goodies and lets say stage 2 or 3 yield a lot more power, but this would be on a stock bottom end. from what ive been reading in various other threads raising the engine speeds does only so much, you would have to increase compresion? is this correct?
did you not read in other threads that there is no way to tune with ecu for the cams?
neither one will get you a lot of power just yet, we have to wait for K-pro to come out first
would u need more compression for the stage 2 or 3 to be effective?
I can tune my engine with my i pod...I call it i tune
dustySi said:
would u need more compression for the stage 2 or 3 to be effective?
full benefits, yes. otherwise, it dont matter. but usually with stage 3 cams from what i heard before, r more meant for aggresively tuned or race prepped cars. not necessarily street friendly.
sheek360 said:
thats actually not ment for cars, just electrical appliances like pc's iirc. it has been used to defend car modders though. if they can prove that the cams or its installation damaged what ur trying to warrantee then ur screwed. :police:
The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act is a United States federal law. Enacted in 1975, it is the federal statute that governs warranties on consumer products.

The legislative history indicates that the purpose of the Act is to make warranties on consumer products more readily understood and enforceable and to provide the Federal Trade Commission with means to better protect consumers.

The statute is remedial in nature and is intended to protect consumers from deceptive warranty practices. Consumer products are not required to have warranties, but if one is given, it must comply with the Magnuson-Moss Act.

It wasn't enacted solely because of appliances or electronic devices as you state. It is meant for any company issuing warranties on products they sell.

For a warranty claim to be denied the part must have caused or contributed to the cause for which the warranty claim was sought. It is illegal to void a warranty.

The federal minimum standards for full warranties are waived if the warrantor can show that the problem associated with a warranted consumer product was caused by damage while in the possession of the consumer, or by unreasonable use, including a failure to provide reasonable and necessary maintenance
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