Anybody running these? The dyno graph on their site looks interesting. THey seem to retain the low end grunt yet add pull past 4,000rpm. Wondering what experiences folks have has in real life with them.
$1200 for drop in cams and giving that kind of increase in the range it occurs would be worth every penny. People spend far more on mods that offer less return and do not address the flattening of output over 4,000rpm. On paper it looks like they would certainly take care of the issue of Hemi Rams gaining at the end of the 1/4 mile.titan14 said:Interesting. Might be a great mod for the titan, as theres no question it falls on its face stock around 4000 rpm, which is kind of low to be running out of gas, however, for $1200.00 they can keep them.
If you think Hemi's gain hard at the end of the quarter, you haven't raced a new 5.7L Tundra, like a freight train baby. It's nice to see the aftermarket finally knows we modders exist though and I will be interested to see what kind of 1/4 mile gains are to be had with these puppies. I'm just gonna hover around and see if anything breaks when someone tests these. Any takers, where you at Toomnymods, they have a set with your name on them, lol.Smoke05 said:$1200 for drop in cams and giving that kind of increase in the range it occurs would be worth every penny. People spend far more on mods that offer less return and do not address the flattening of output over 4,000rpm. On paper it looks like they would certainly take care of the issue of Hemi Rams gaining at the end of the 1/4 mile.
I emailed them today with this question... will see what response we get. I have been told it will not work, but I want to hear it from the horses mouth. There is no mention on the site that it does not work for the 07+. I for one... Hope it works so we are not left out in the cold AGAIN!!!Tmaxxattack said:Is there any word yet if they will work on '07? Will it retain VVT?
Drop in meaning they work with the stock ECU. No chips, programmers, or other mods needed to make them work properly or effectively. As far as I can tell, the graph on the Jim Wolf site is a stock Titan. No headers, CAI or exhaust work.titan14 said:"$1200 for drop in cams"...........whats a drop in cam? is there another kind?
Im used to paying $150-$200 range for a camshaft, so 4 of them would be around $800, so $1200 is high to me, but with the limited number of buyers, I guess they have to make them expensive.
Did it have the amount of increase listed? it was hard to read the graph on jim wolfs sight.
I can see them working with VVT, wouldnt it defeat the purpose of having VVT.
ha no fair ive been hideing my credit cards from myself so i dont put this on itToomnymods said:people will complain about prices all day every day.. people add cold air intake and exhausts and spend 1,000 bucks to maybe gain 12-15hp LOL
this is just a tad more and will actually do something besides make u run rich as hell and actually lose time like installing headers will, yes 99% the people get slower with headers till they get retuned.. i was one of those people
I'll be getting them soon prob in nother 3 weeks cause gotta pay bills first, if people want results sooner start paypalling me money
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i'll start by paypal-ing you $1, i'd like to see what cams, headers, etc. can yield on a N/A titan motor!!! :cheers:Toomnymods said:
I'm in - I'd really like to see the results as well.hooligan said:i'll start by paypal-ing you $1, i'd like to see what cams, headers, etc. can yield on a N/A titan motor!!! :cheers: