Engine

Camshaft - Piston - Rod - Valves

Camshaft - Camshafts use a combination of angles, lift, duration and lobe rates to create a cam profile. The profile you choose determines where your maximum horsepower and torque will occur. Choosing the right profile for your build requirement is critical. To get the best performance for your application, the camshaft profile must match your head and valve train components.

Piston - Extreme racing conditions demand the strength and toughness that only forged pistons can offer. Compared to cast pistons, forgings are tougher and more durable, and will stand up to the abuse that high performance motorsport applications require. Most castings are brittle, have no grain structure and tend to fail catastrophically when the material yield strength is exceeded. Forgings have condensed grain that is aligned to the features of the part, which produces higher mechanical properties, and resistance to impact and fatigue. Each forging is designed to optimize the strength-to-weight ratio, and maximize performance.

Rod - Extreme racing conditions demand the strength and toughness that only upgraded rods can offer. There are many different rod types that each have their benefits. Modern materials help reduce rotating mass while also strengthening the rod. 

Valves - Improve the flow into the combustion chamber. Increase valve sizes to maximize flow for more power potential. 

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