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Street cam>?

where is the best place/price to get a street cam for a 2001 what will be diffrent with it and power changes??thanks

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I know there are cams for the Cummins... But I hate to say it I never really heard of many changing cams...

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there is very little power gain by switching the cam. what after market cam does is lower egts sum, the turbo spools little sooner and you stay in your peak torque rang longer. it also makes the truck have better street manners. here is link for price on cams http://www.pdrdiesel.com/catalog/Camshafts-30-1.html
call and talk to them

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I would suggest a MaxSpool cam, but we are out of 24 valve cores at the moment. If you can afford to have your truck down, you can send your core in and we can regrind it. We see about a 200 degree egt drop, better spoolup, and improved performance all the way around.

Call me if you are interested!

We also have Scheid Street cams available, both new & reground, call for pricing.
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how long would it take you to do it??and what does it cost...

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Yeah, I'm interested in finding out how much a regrind would cost too.
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Yeah, I'm interested in finding out how much a regrind would cost too.
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We now have them on the site here:
http://www.puredieselpower.com/catal...ns-p-2808.html

The cams are ground in Missouri. If you get your cam there on a Monday, it should be ready to ship by Thursday. If you want to send your cam in for grinding, call me, as there won't be a core charge.

Thanks for your interest!
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Missouri? Don't you mean Mississippi?
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Missouri? Don't you mean Mississippi?
MO/MS sorry my bad, Mississippi it is.
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I know there are cams for the Cummins... But I hate to say it I never really heard of many changing cams...
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