Max stock valve lift 16 valve

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Re: Max stock valve lift 16 valve

Postby oldeskewltoy » Sun May 31, 2015 9:36 am

yoshimitsuspeed wrote:
oldeskewltoy wrote:
I suspect, can't prove.... that the 33002 may not follow longer duration cams as well as say the HKS, or Toda springs


Also duration is not the issue. In fact a spring will follow a 304 x 8.2mm cam to a higher RPM than it will follow a 264 x 8.2 cam. It is the lift and more importantly the lift to duration ratio. A spring will have more trouble with a 264 x 10.4 turbo cam because it is accelerating open at a higher speed, the mass has more inertia pulling it away from the lobe and then the lobe is dropping away from the spring faster meaning you need more spring to keep it in contact with the lobe.
Just rough guessing if you increased the ratio the same I would guess the max RPM would stay about the same. So if you can spin a 264 x 8.2 spring to 9000 without floating then multiply each by 1.1 and I would expect you could run a 290 x 9 to the same RPM without floating.
The longer the duration the more time the spring has to keep the follower in contact with the lobe and as with most things force / time is what matters.


not to argue... as responding to an aggressive ramp is important... but I'm talking about duration from a total rpm POV.. more duration = more cycles per moment of time.
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Re: Max stock valve lift 16 valve

Postby Alex170984 » Tue Jun 02, 2015 7:01 am

oldeskewltoy wrote:
Alex170984 wrote:I'm still running 8.5mm / 9.0mm cams on stock OEM springs

However have recently learnt I bent 8 intake valves when the belt snapped.


How many miles?? if it was before 30,000, then it MIGHT be because you were so close to spring bind that it added extra stress to the belt.... not saying that is why... just might be a possible outcome


Haha no it wasn't anything like that. I didn't do an engine mount bolt up tight enough, it vibrated, sheared off and it fell into the cambelt cover housing and then shredded the belt and bent the timing belt guide.

Had decent compression in no1 but the rest were toast. Have rebuilt the head again now, so back on now :)

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Re: Max stock valve lift 16 valve

Postby Gino1X1 » Wed Jul 26, 2017 8:16 am

Zombie-ising this thread.... when I decided to supercharge my bluetop a millennium ago following the failure of the crank pulley pin, I ordered a set of TRDUSA 4AGE valve springs from an old TRD catalog. I had already a set of HKS 264/256/8.32mm cams, 7AFE 0.8mm head gasket and during the rebuild of the shortblock I've installed a set of 1985 Euro-spec AW11's 10:1 MAP 4AGE pistons.

Interference engine no more, I thought.

So, at what valve lift would these springs bind?

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Re: Max stock valve lift 16 valve

Postby oldeskewltoy » Wed Jul 26, 2017 10:01 am

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These are N2 spec - http://www.trdparts.jp/parts_engine-4a-g16.html

As N2 spec, these springs should be good to 10mm lift - http://club4ag.com/tech-data/tech-specs ... omponents/ (see "valvetrain")

If good to 10mm of lift, then bind should be a minimum of 11.27mm - Ideally you want .050" between max lift, and coil bind.
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