Vac Motorsport - VAC - M20 Adjustable Cam Gear (VAC-ACG-M200)
Vendor: Vac Motorsport
Available: In stock
SKU: Vac Motorsport-VAC-ACG-M20
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Our BMW M20 adjustable cam gear is built for both function and endurance. Lighter than ever our design is both strong and easy to use. The best design available; it has light weight and will not slide or change timing once set. Beware of imitators that have copied older designs with poor quality control and inferior materials; this causes slipping or other failure during use.
Why do you want a cam gear?
If your using any camshaft, and have resurfaced the head or block a significant degree; this results in retarded cam timing cam gear will help put the cam exactly where you need it to correct this issue. Cam manufacturers always specify a starting "cam lobe centerline" or "peak angle" to achieve optimum performance upon installation. Nearly always, this will require the use of an adjustable cam sprocket.
As with all VAC products, this is race tested. We use New OEM cam gear teeth for reliability as there is no better way to ensure compatibility and reduce the chance of the timing belt slipping. Race grade fasteners are used for durability and longevity. CNC'ed in house in the USA from pure billet aluminum and assembled using premium materials.
Do you want to risk your entire engine because of a questionable part? Our M20 Adjustable Cam Gear is easy to use and will ensure you get the performance you are paying for!
|Authentic VAC Gear||''I'', ''R'', Cosmo, eBay etc. Gear|
|Gear from Germany, Machined and assembled in USA @ VAC||Made in China|
|OE BMW gear teeth, OE reliability||Replicated gear teeth, issues with skipping|
|Latest design, keeps adjustment during any use||Copy of older design, reports of loosing timing|
|Lightest weight, stronger 2-peice design||3 piece is more prone to failure, heavier|
|Anodized for looks & protection||Anodized for looks & protection|
|Steel Camshaft Pin for strength at highest stress point||Unknown grade pin|
|Machine Engraved Timing Marks||Laser etched marks are incorrect and backwards!?!|