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    Default Wanted: DKZ Camshaft (205/405/BX)

    Hi everyone,

    Does anyone have a good, standard camshaft to suit DKZ (XU9JAZ) motor?

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    Bump!
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    Go down to Imlachs, a very clean engine in a late S1 405 I believe.

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    Bump! Still on the hunt.....
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    I have one for xu 8v, but not sure is DKZ

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    Is it for the turbo Scotty?

    An xu10j2 cam is just as good if not better. Are you running an electronic boost controller also?

    We are about to fit the Catcams turbo cam as our J2 cam ended up being damaged. With the cam and the boost controller you will see nice results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waiy View Post
    I have one for xu 8v, but not sure is DKZ
    Hi mate, if you're able to send or post a photo of it, I will be able to identify it from the paint marks on it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by cam85 View Post
    Is it for the turbo Scotty?

    An xu10j2 cam is just as good if not better. Are you running an electronic boost controller also?

    We are about to fit the Catcams turbo cam as our J2 cam ended up being damaged. With the cam and the boost controller you will see nice results.

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    Yep, this is for the turbo. And yes will be running an EBC.

    Interesting about the XU10 camshaft. I'm sure that might be easier to come across.

    I've actually struggled to find the specs for any of the cams, and without having them here I can't measure them.

    I've got the original XU10J2TE cam, and also an XU7JP cam here as well. Not sure if that's going to be any use.

    I'm watching your project with great interest
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    Reckon I have but maybe you have sorted by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demannu View Post
    Interesting about the XU10 camshaft. I'm sure that might be easier to come across.

    I've actually struggled to find the specs for any of the cams, and without having them here I can't measure them.
    Have you read this?

    https://www.205gtidrivers.com/forums...72191-20-8v-t/

    The XU10J2 cam is certainly preferable over the DKZ cam due to the extra exhaust lift.

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    I have an XU10J2 cam, you have to take the car as well though! Has a rebuilt head, drives very well. Same price as I got it for, free.

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    XU10J2 is best (equal lift in & ex.)
    DKZ is 2nd best (Same in as J2, less ex.)
    XU7 is same or worse than the standard CT cam. No where near as much lift as the first two.

    CT engine seems to be able to take alot of lift over standard. Cameron's Catcam has 12.25mm on the inlet and no spring bind.

    J2 & DKZ will move the power band up the rev range and make it drive more like a NA car, J2 more so. Also depends on which cam gear you use.

    Turbo can produce 14psi in the low to mid range then chokes back to 12 psi after that.

    J2 might even be a good upgrade on a standard 205.

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    here the photo, but I can't find any number on these cams.Wanted:  DKZ Camshaft (205/405/BX)-img_20180709_184730.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by waiy View Post
    here the photo, but I can't find any number on these cams.Click image for larger version. 

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    Sometimes if you can make out the factory paint rings on the cam you can identify it. See pic. I don't have a good quality pic only this one. Maybe someone has a better version. DKZ should be at 2 and 6
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    I only find few number mark on the cams.Wanted:  DKZ Camshaft (205/405/BX)-img_20180713_153754.jpgWanted:  DKZ Camshaft (205/405/BX)-img_20180713_153822.jpgWanted:  DKZ Camshaft (205/405/BX)-img_20180713_153835.jpgWanted:  DKZ Camshaft (205/405/BX)-img_20180713_153859.jpgWanted:  DKZ Camshaft (205/405/BX)-img_20180713_153913.jpg

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    I have someone interested in my XU10J2 engine complete, his engine would be available then, run bearings due to low oil level! Only 100k on the clock, hope the cam didn't suffer as well!

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