The Kent gears sell for $249 and come with the free installation tool.How much would it cost to buy your cam gears, have you install them, and dyno tune them? How much for each individually as well?
I think in all of our dyno testing, we've never needed anything over 6 degrees. We've installed other brands before, and I don't recall ever needing that much adjustment to achieve max power. Sounds impressive, though, huh? 10 or 20 degrees, that is.But I noticed that Kent Cam Gears only let you advance/retard -/+6 degrees while other cam gears are 10 or above. I think 20 is a bit too much but 10 seems right. You think you can pull out optimum performance with the Kent Cam Gears?