cam identify?

Posted by Drifter27_04, Dec 7, 2005
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    Drifter27_04 Proven Member

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    Hey you guys, I am needing some help identifying a set of cams I have. I bought a car and the guy I bought it from did not tell me it have cams in it but as I am rebuilding they are not to look stock cams. The only thing I can say is that of the following etching below:

    It has "CWC" on both cams

    On the intake it has "C-1" and "D-5"
    On the exhaust it has "C-2" and "E-29"

    Can someone help me in indentifying the following so I know what I am looking at and find the specs of the following cams?

    Thanks
     
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    I was told that my car has Crower Cams but when I pulled the valve cover off I couldn't find their stamp anywhere. All I found was... On 1 end I found D2 on each cam on the other end I found EP4604... Could Anyone please tell me what this is / From? Please... I think these are stock cams but, not certain. If they are could you please show me where I can find evidence that they are... I am taking the seller to small claims for the Many Lies he's told and misrepresentation of the car...
    Thx DvB
     
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    i have crower stage 2's, and mine dont say anything on them about being crower, all thats one them is a T and a EP or something ontop between the lobes, if that helps, i have no idea
     
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    See link above.
     
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    Sorry to bring and old thread back, but my cams also say D2 EP4604 But also says
    C2 E8 CWC, Webcam 547 3/00
    D1 Ep4606
    C1 E8 CWC, Webcam 546 3/00.

    When I purchased my car was told it had race webcams. So I guess I do. I hope that helps.
     
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    Does the 547 refer to the lift? if so those are massive. Please reply with and answer I just bought Webcams that are marked c2 with EP4604 and am trying to figure out just how big these really are.
     
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    546/547 Refers to Grind Numbers... Vavle lifts for those Grind Numbers are .400/.385, Duration in Degree is 272. Hope that helps.:cool:
     
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    Is there anywhere I can go to check out the different webcams and description of them.

    I have the number written down on a piece of paper at home but I am not there. I do know that my cams read different from yours. Mine does not read E8 (if I am correct it showed E29), did not see D1 (I do recall seeing a D5), EP4606, C1 (intake; off top of my mind), C2 (exhaust; off top of my mind).
     
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    You probably have a different Grind number also... maybe the 274 or higher...
     
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    Do you know where I may find these numbers and view them?
     
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    Well I got the info awhile ago not sure where it resides now.
    But you look at the Grind Number

    546/547, Valve Lift of .400/.385 and Duration in Degrees 272
    Designed to bolt into a stock engine to increase overall performance. Stock fuel injection OK.

    452/228, Valve Lift of .415/.390 and Duration in Degrees 274
    Increases mid and upper end power for built engines. Racing springs recommended. Turbo use OK. Programmable fuel injection required!

    453/228, Valve Lift of .415/.390 and Duration in Degrees 276
    Increases mid and upper end power. Racing springs recommended. Turbo use OK. Race profile only! Programmable fuel injection required! A WEB CAM winner!
     
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