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PostSubject: M48 Variable cam   Tue Jul 17, 2012 8:10 pm

Hi,

What are the limits on variable cam for the m48? I've seen it referenced to where it is not as adaptive or complete as the m128, so I'd like to know the specific differences between the models with respect to variable cam.

Will it work on a 36-2 crank and 4-1 vvt setup?
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PostSubject: Re: M48 Variable cam   Tue Jan 01, 2013 10:06 pm

turbosupra wrote:
Hi,

What are the limits on variable cam for the m48? I've seen it referenced to where it is not as adaptive or complete as the m128, so I'd like to know the specific differences between the models with respect to variable cam.

Will it work on a 36-2 crank and 4-1 vvt setup?

For variable cam, you would need to run the 128 with that application.
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PostSubject: Re: M48 Variable cam   Tue Jan 01, 2013 11:08 pm


Unfortunately the 128 prices itself out of the market when compared to the comparable options to the m48 that can handle a 36-2 crank and 4-1 cam for vvti and vvtl.

Maybe in the future as I'd like to use the m48 when the turbo kit goes on my 2zzge this spring.



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turbosupra wrote:
Hi,

What are the limits on variable cam for the m48? I've seen it referenced to where it is not as adaptive or complete as the m128, so I'd like to know the specific differences between the models with respect to variable cam.

Will it work on a 36-2 crank and 4-1 vvt setup?

For variable cam, you would need to run the 128 with that application.
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