All the markings you are looking at are casting markings, they are from whatever company provides there cores. If they are crowers they should have whatever grind number they are engraved in the cam gear end, if not there the CAS side. Check the ends for smaller, not as easy to see engravings. I have had a few sets of Crowers for Hondas and Mitsus and they were engraved like I just said.
Originally Posted by GSXspeeddemon
did you ever figure out if they where 4413 or 4412s?
I am willing to bet that whatever grind Crower cams you have, they will all have the same markings since it is casting manufature marking. They get new cores and then grind them to whatever there specs are. You need to look for somthing more specific like the grind number engraved in one of the ends.
Asmo, that is exactly what I was saying...
Nomie, when you pull them check the cam gear ends first, in the past that is where my Crowers have been marked. My Brian Crowers are marked the sama as Asmos there...
These cams are REAL nice. They make the 4g63 roar at WOT. The reason I'm going considering selling them is because they are a little too big for my setup. I'm on a 14b and nearly stock fuel.
Let me ask a quick question..is there a real difference between the regular crowers and the bc's? Ive read that they are supposedly the same, but how come these are so much more expensive and how come these have different markings on them?
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