B Series Aftermarket Cam Pulleys


Tahir

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After market cam gears/pulleys needed for my build, a decent brand please, like Buddyclub, Spoon, HKS, TODA, AEM, Golden Eagle etc.

Used or new.

Cheers, Tahir
 


Tahir

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Can a mod move this to wanted section please.
 


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D'oh, wrong section.

Can a mod move this to wanted section please.
Done.
im sure piper or Kent cams make them also for sensible prices
 



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Have you still got your ef9 for sale? Interested in it? Thanks
 


ColbyCol

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Buddy club gears haven't got a great reputation from what I've been told, prone to slipping and they tend to wear badly on the spline grooves - those who have had them new seem to be OK but soon as they have been off and on a few times they can cause problems.

AEM tru time are the best around (make sure you go for 5 bolt not 3), TODA are very expensive for what they are but good quality non the less, same with spoon too.
 


MatD

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Buddy club gears haven't got a great reputation from what I've been told, prone to slipping and they tend to wear badly on the spline grooves - those who have had them new seem to be OK but soon as they have been off and on a few times they can cause problems.

AEM tru time are the best around (make sure you go for 5 bolt not 3), TODA are very expensive for what they are but good quality non the less, same with spoon too.
I have always heard the AEM Tru time ones were the preferred choice. What about Brian Crower ones? Their cams are good so at a guess their cam gears will also be good (I know they are 4 bolt not 5)?
 


ColbyCol

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I have always heard the AEM Tru time ones were the preferred choice. What about Brian Crower ones? Their cams are good so at a guess their cam gears will also be good (I know they are 4 bolt not 5)?
TBH I couldn't tell you first hand as I've never even seen a set in the flesh dude, just do some research and go for your preference of the best available options within your budget. AEM would get my vote every time.
 


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