- Tool steel cams have a stronger more wear resistant surface than 8620 or 5160.
- Through hardened to eliminate roller tracking.
- Unlike the steel cams such as 8620 or 5160 the tool steel camshaft can be modified much farther from the original profile, and can be reground many more times. Saving money in making camshaft profile changes.
Our tool steel is shock resistant, and combined with our through harding process these cams have a stronger, stiffer beam to reduce cam deflection.
Billet tool steel cams are cryogenically treated to relieve internal stresses and to give you the best durability and strength.
These cams are built and customized to match your engine combination. These are not just your ordinary one size fits all off the self camshaft.
Selecting a camshaft profile to maximize your program will deliver optimum results.
We use engine simulation software, and years of experience. Our Sophisticated simulation software allows us to design a camshaft to work with your particular components: not just your engine, but your intake, exhaust, and turbo as well.
Using engine simulation software can be effective in reducing the number of dyno sessions or hooks on the track to learn what your engine program requires. Saving 5 hooks and associated travel time and expenses can be a significant savings.
We can pinpoint areas that you could improve. Example: cylinder head porting intake and exhaust manifolds rocker ratio valve size bore/stroke intake length, header length and diameter before you even assemble.