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Old 06-30-2004, 17:08   #1 (permalink)
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hi,i understand this has prolly been covered a million times but could someone please explain the difference between a billet cam and a regroung cam.
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Re: billet cam

Basically a reground cam is one where the original cam is reground/linished-whatever you call it- to the specified profile(big lift, more duration,etc). A billet cam is one ground to specification from a new, solid piece of metal. If you intend pulling big revs or running super strong valve springs, a billet is the go on a lot of engines, esp. a 4.1. Others are very strong/hard anyway and only need to be reground.
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