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Brian Crower Toyota 2JZGTE Camshafts - Stage 3 - 272 Spec BC0302

$765.43 $708.03

SKU: BC0302
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Brian Crower Toyota 2JZGTE Camshafts - Stage 3 - 272 Spec

2JZGTE CAMSHAFTS

The engine of choice for the fastest of the Sport Compact drag cars due to the tremendous power potential of Toyota's 2JZ-GTE, factory twin turbo engine. It is also used in Drifting with it's rear wheel drive setup. The 3.0-liter, inline six cylinder has proven itself to not only be capable of tremendous power output, but to also be extremely reliable. Made from 1994-1998, the 2JZGTE was employed in the Supra Mk IV chassis. The name is a combination of Celica and the word Supra. "Celica" is derived from Latin and its literal translation is "celestial" or "from the heavens". "Supra" is a word that is derived from latin that stands for "over, above, beyond, or greater than". So a translation to english would be something like "from above the heavens" for the entire term.

Adv. Dur. 
272°/272°
Dur @ .050
228°/232°
Lift (in)
.375"/.380"
Lift (mm)
9.52/9.65

 

Brian Crower Camshafts: BC high performance camshafts are ground on state-of-the-art CNC cam grinders to insure accuracy and tolerances to within .02mm. Every BC camshaft profile has been prototyped and dyno tested for proven horsepower results prior to placed into mass production. By grinding cores in high volume, Brian Crower, Inc. is able to pass the cost savings on to the end user. Quality at an affordable price.

BC uses small diameter grinding wheels during the finishing phase when applicable to generate a more aggressive ramp rate for a faster cylinder fill rate. More air + more fuel = more power. Although it takes longer to grind the cams, research and development has proven that the inverted radius created by the small grinding wheel on the opening side delivers more horsepower on radius and roller rocker applications than the conventional, large diameter grinding wheels.

All BC cams are checked on a high speed, sub-micron accuracy measuring gauge. The Adcole Camshaft Measuring System uses individual measuring heads for each cam journal and cam lobe, with .01 micron resolution, taking one datum point each 1/10th of a degree or 3,600 data points per revolution. Measuring camshafts for rise error and chattermark detection, this model can measure 200 parts per hour.