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It's not that they're unpopular, they're extremely tough to get your hands on. Iirc svm is not nikko's primary job, so they run limited productionI have but would like to see more reviews and results in this forum! I would like to see more 8th gens run these cams, I'm really debating in getting them. I hear they are better version of IPS cams.
i would not call the 211 stage 1 cams, they are very similar to the IPS k2 cams. 212 is just a different profile more geared for top end power with a limited VTC of 30 degrees on factory pistons.I decided to make a thread on SVM cams 211 stage 1 and 212 stage 2, has anybody ran these cams with stock k20 block? Seems like SVM cams are not that popular but would like for everyone to check them out since there's so much hype about DC 2.2, kelford 179A, GP ksi, Toda A3 cams! It seems SVM cams are making all around power through out the entire power band! Anybody have any results on these cams?
Agreed!You cant go wrong getting SVM cams. Probably the best quality aftermarket cams for the car minus Spoons cams which are made by honda. And you guys know the guy making them can see them made and he does it in house. Support local american businesses!!!!!!!
What made you go with 211 instead of 212 which you can still use of you go with a k24 block? What where your dyno numbers on the 211 cams?
i got the 211 before the 212 was even out. you can use the 211 in a K24, if i went with a K24 i would not use 212 cams. 212 cams are also limited to 30 vtc on factory pistons.We need more guys running svm cams and I might run the 212 just cause I want to go with a k24 later on. Hopefully next few months I will be purchasing and doing a review on them.
yes, still the same cams im running now. these are my cams.Are those the cams you have run? Already 40k? Or are those pics from Nikos?
i got the 211 before the 212 was even out. you can use the 211 in a K24, if i went with a K24 i would not use 212 cams. 212 cams are also limited to 30 vtc on factory pistons.