Cam phasers are specially designed, computer-controlled cam gears that automatically optimize camshaft timing based on the current engine RPM. Watch as COMP Cams® Valve Train Engineering Group Leader Billy Godbold discusses Variable Valve Timing technology and how COMP® developed phaser limiters in order to maximize the potential of aggressive cam profiles.
Quick Tech Video: How to Degree Your COMP Cams® Camshaft
Installing a new camshaft often requires degreeing. This Quick Tech how-to
video from COMP Cams® is a step-by-step walkthrough on how to degree your
new COMP Cams® camshaft. But the Powerhouse® Products Cam Degree Kit can
be used with any brand of camshaft.
Comp Cams Shows PowerTV How a Cam is Born
http://www.cpgnation.com Competition Cams, one of the industry leaders in
performance engine equipment, walks PowerTV through the complex process of
designing, creating and manufacturing its high performance cam shafts.
COMP Cams® 4-Pattern Camshafts Win Best New Street Performance Product Award At 2012 SEMA Show
In this video the staff at Source Interlink Media talks Brian Reese from
COMP Cams® about new COMP® 4-Pattern Camshafts. Winner of the "Best New
Product -Performance Street" award at the SEMA Show, Brian explains how the
cam takes advantage of the engine design around it. This happens through
the use of four different lobe patterns - one intake and Exhaust design for outboard runners and another
intake and Exhaust design for inboard
runners - to maximize performance.
COMP Cams® Quick Tech Video: Selecting The Correct Fuel Pump Pushrod
Selecting the correct fuel pump pushrod to match your new cam or high
pressure fuel pump is an important but often overlooked process. Watch this
video to see how to quickly and easily match your cam and fuel pump pushrod
materials in order to protect your engine and new camshaft.
Variable valve timing through cam phasing explained
Yes i have taken a break from my two stroke videos and dipped into the
world of 4 stroke technology and theory. After stripping a brand new Nissan
HR16DE engine thought it would be a great chance to go over some of the
theory and technology in it. In this first video i will be going into the
science behind variable cam phasing which is a form of cam adjustment which
in turn adjusts the cam timing when the engine is running. I shall be
putting a few more 4 stroke videos up so keep an eye out.
Fitting the pistons, camshaft & oil pump in a 1275 A+ block
In this video how-to, Mini Mania's engine tech Tony Gambirasi, explains the
proper way to install piston rings, pistons, the camshaft and lifters, and
the oil pump in a 1275cc A+ engine block.
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Tech Sessions: VVT Solenoid & Cam Phaser (HD)
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Variable Valve Timing (VVT) uses advanced electronics or hydraulics to
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Installing a Ford Synchronizer
Ford Camshaft synchronizer's are a common failure. Some techs aren't
familiar with them so they may not be comfortable with them. Unfortunately
the service manuals aren't very clear in describing the install process.
I've made this video to help you understand them, and show how to properly
2010 Subaru 2.5 Variable Valve Lift Solenoid and Switch Testing
This video is a great review of Section 2 "Switch Inputs" and Section 3
"Transistor drivers and Output Solenoids" in my eBook.
On this system the intake valve lift is varied by two different cam lobes.
A low lift lobe and a high lift lobe. I misspoke in the video calling this
a variable valve timing or VTEC mechanism. This system does not vary cam
timing, but it does vary intake valve lift.
BMW Valvetronic Variable Valve Lift
BWM Valvetronic Electronic Valve Lift
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Valvetronic engines use a combination of hardware and programing to abolish
the need for a regular throttle mechanism.
Valvetronic varies the lift of the intake valves. Based on signals formerly
taken mechanically from the accelerator pedal position sensor, the stepper
motor changes the phase of the eccentric cam, modifying the action of the
intake valves.This system has a conventional intake cam, but it also uses a
secondary eccentric shaft with a series of levers and cam followers,
activated by an electronic stepper motor.
The Valvetronic engine replaces the function of the throttle body by using
infinitely variable intake valve lift. Valvetronic has its own computer
housed in a separate unit away from the engine management system, networked
through CAN network with the digital engine management system incorporating
a 40-megahertz, 32 or 64 bit computer.
Valvetronic reduces maintenance costs, lowers Exhaust emissions, improves cold start behavior,
and provides a smoother running engine. It also does not need specific
fuel grades or fuel qualities because of its fine atomization of fuel.
Because Valvetronic allows the engine to breathe ...
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