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Skunk2 Tuner Series Stage 2+ Cams B Series VTEC

$ 525.99


Skunk2 Tuner Series Stage Two Camshafts
Fits DOHC VTEC B-Series Honda and Acura Engines
(Full fitment list is shown below)
Part Number #
 305-05-0145 2 Cams Racing Street Strip

Gain an extra 15-20 hp and retain your factory idle and low-speed emissions with Skunk2’s Tuner Series Stage 2 Camshafts, our introductory line of high-performance camshafts for Honda’s B-series VTEC engines. Tuner Series Stage 2 Camshafts are designed to optimize horsepower and torque on engines featuring free-flowing intake and exhaust tracts, increased compression, and upgraded valvetrain. As a result, VTEC crossover is dramatic, allowing for that classic primary-to-secondary surge. What’s more, Tuner Series Stage 2 Camshafts have helped power numerous race teams to victory over the years, reaching legendary status the world over. No other line of high-performance camshafts even comes close to Skunk2’s Tuner Series.
First introduced in 1999, Tuner Series Camshafts are manufactured from the same proprietary, high-quality cores as Skunk2’s more aggressive Pro Series Camshafts, are CNC ground, and feature unique profiles and lobe shapes that emphasize an exceptional idle and low emissions

Required: Tuner Series Valve Springs, Titanium Retainers.
Recommended: ECU Tuning or fuel pressure regulator, upgraded fuel injectors, VTEC controller.

Key Features
• Suited for High RPM use
• More aggressive profile than the Skunk2 Stage 1 VTEC camshaft
• Fair-to-good drivability for dual purpose street/race vehicles
Fits the following vehicles
1988-2000 JDM Honda Civic / CRX 1.6L DOHC VTEC (B16A)
1994-1997 Honda Del Sol 1.6L DOHC VTEC (B16A2/B16A3)
1999-2000 Honda Civic Si 1.6L DOHC VTEC (B16A2)
1996-2000 JDM Honda Civic Type-R 1.6L DOHC VTEC (B16B)
1992-1993 Acura Integra GSR 1.7L DOHC VTEC (B17A1)
1994-2001 Acura Integra GSR 1.8L DOHC VTEC (B18C1)
1997-2001 Acura Integra Type-R 1.8L DOHC VTEC (B18C5)
1996-2001 JDM Honda Integra Type-R 1.8L DOHC VTEC (B18C) 

These camshaft specifications are the recommended settings. It is the responsibility of the engine builder to check all clearances. For optimum power
the vehicle must be dyno tested and tuned to accommodate for each individual engine setup.