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Old 09-03-2018, 12:55 AM
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hey ive been tuning my car and i have a zzp tune file that i started with and i was wondering if the zzp cam tables are safe ive heard of people bending valves playing with these tables ??
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Old 09-03-2018, 03:16 PM
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ya sorry should of said it was an lnf lol. car runs great with them on just want to make sure its safe and worth it .
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Zzp modifies them from stock so I guess there safe just wanted to know if anyone has had any bent valves or anything
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Ye I have hp tuners and I have confirmed they made changes to the cam angles
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Sure will want me to pm it ?
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The cam profiles that ZZP uses for the LNF aren't going to bend valves. The intake and exhaust cam only have so much movement available and it's not much in the grand scheme of things.
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awesome thanks !
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25 degrees isn't much!
You're on ignore for a reason but I'll respond to this and be quite simple with it - You don't have the first clue as to what you're talking about with this motor/controller. I have almost 10 years of direct experience.

No, it's not a full 25 degree's either.
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Almost 10 years of direct experience and that's your response?
Wow... we learned a lot from that not so useful post. Point us to your HP Tuner posts on GM Ecotec VVT if you really want to be useful.
Every single thing you post is
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not so useful
Plenty of my posts can be found on HPT forums. I'm not going to waste my time trying to spoon feed you. Stay in your own lane and move on.
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