ok, before anyone says I must do a search, I did I promise, got results but not what I want to see
Ok, I have the 2.0L selespeed 147. It has been decatted and I run a powerflow 50mm stainless exhaust, other than that the car is standard (for now)
I recently had a tensioner failure and it made roofnails of my valves, I replaced the valves etc and then also did the valvestem seals as well. I noticed that one cam lobe on cylinder 4 was worn down by about 8mm due to a really ugly looking lifter, being out of cash for doing the valves and stemseals, I had to leave the cams in as is.
I was going to source a set of cams or have mine welded up and reground to standard spec, but I want something wilder. I have seen and heard guys speaking of godzilla cams, but I can find very little info regarding them and I would like to know what profiles are available and which of them allows for the cam variation and which need to ditch the variator?
The other option would be to completely have these cams welded up and reground to a new profile (same lift) that will suit my needs. I however do not know what the standard profiles of the cams are, because most of the results I get for standard TS 2.0L cams differ. I am just looking for a good solid answer to say the exact duration and lift for both the cams.
Lastly, if I do go the route of the godzilla cams, what device can I buy to remap the ECU to accept the new profile? I only have fiatECUscan and no chip programmers for the alfa. Here in South Africa it is not easy to find trustable tuners for these cars, I prefer to just do it myself (I am part time mechanic and turbo specialist, I am one of the few people that can do alfa cambelt replacement without cam locks
Anyway, I am talking away like you all have hours to read my questions.. replies would really be appreciated