Cams for 3uzfe on stock ECU!?

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  1. Gsean400

    Gsean400 New Member

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    I want to put a set of cams in my gs430.. I was thinking about having a shop regrind my stock camshafts to the same specs as kelfords stage 1 1uzfe cams. It says on the website that NO ecu upgrade is required since it is a very mild cam. I cannot use kelfords cams because my motor has VVTI. You think there would be a problem having mine regrinded to kelfords specs? And not having an issue on the stock ecu?
     
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    different head design and vvt-i so the kelford profile may not be what you want, unfortunately not much if any data on UZ vvt-i cam's available so anything you do is going to be custom and with 32 valves expensive!
     
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    Really hoping for some good cam grinds for the VVTI engines too (while retaining vvti ideally!)
     
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    We have a few engine builders over here doing weld and regrind on VVti engines. Not suitable for stock ecu as they are race engines and they still use the VVti.
     

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