from what i understand Ls cams are a little better than the stock b20.
i have a b20... and some cams from a 90, or 91 DA. i know it cant be much of a difference, but it wont cost me anything but cam seals, a valve cover gasket, and my time. so anyone have any input on this? cam specs?
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doesnt make sense. my buddy has a ls out of a 90 integra we ran stock cams then 94-up cams then b20 cams the car made the most power with the b20 cams.
Just knowing one set of cams is "bigger" than the other really doesnt tell you everything you need to know. I dont know if the LSA of all those cams is the same or not. Tighter LSA's usually make more peak power while sacrificing low and mid. Bigger engines can get away with tighter LSA's because they have more cylinder to feed. Maybe the b20 cams have a tighter LSA and thats why they made more peak power on your friends LS despite being "smaller".
jdm b20 cams have a 15mm lift, only in japan. use em. j/k im running a b20b4 in my crx and i swapped to some ls cams just because they were free, never even ran the b20 ones. but 1mm your really just noit going to be able to tell, notlike vetech . damn ill drink another
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