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1.8/2.0 TS camshaft lift ?

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Did someone measure the lift of their stock camshafts ?
I measured profiles of mine and got 9mm instead of 9.5. All the rest matches the Alfa docs.
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Oem specs in the picture. You don't have 1.6 cams do you?
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Oem specs in the picture. You don't have 1.6 cams do you?
Certainly not, the 1.6 cams are much shorter in duration. I've got the profile so I compared with your catcams table and with the OEM data (which is exact for everything else than the lift). Both cams have 9mm lift, the 1.6 has a 8.5 exhaust.
According to the OBD I'm getting a 290kg/h air flow at 5500rpm, which is 110hp. This is quite consistent with what's expected in order to have around 140hp at 7000.
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i agree with the alpa, the lift on 2.0 ts cams are 9mm and on 1.6 cams are 8.3mm intake and 7.5mm exhaust. i just measure them
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