The Phaser Limiters and Adjustable Phaser Locks, which took home the honor of Best New Performance-Racing Product at the 2010 SEMA show, allow independent control over intake and exhaust centerlines, and eliminate piston to valve clearance issues that can occur when using larger aftermarket camshafts in 2011 Ford 5.0L Modular V8 engines.
TheU.S. PatenedCOMP Cams® Phaser Limiters for the 5.0L Coyote Modular V8 Engines physically limit maximum cam phasing to 20 crank degrees (10 cam degrees). Four separate phaser limiters, with the proper tuning software, allow the OEM computer to independently control intake and exhaust centerlines. Take full advantage of the benefits of Variable Valve Timing (VVT) when using aggressive aftermarket camshafts without needing to install custom pistons to eliminate valve clearance issues. For maximum performance, custom remapping of the cam phasing ECU control tables is required.
Physically limit maximum cam phasing to avoid piston to valve clearance issues with aggressive cams
Four phaser limiters or locks offer precise, independent control over intake and exhaust centerlines
Phaser limiters physically limit cam phasing to 20 crank degrees (10 cam degrees) while allocating maximum intake advance and exhaust retard
Allows use of larger, more aggressive aftermarket camshafts in 2011 Ford 5.0L Modular V8 engines
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I have run quite a few Hoosier R7's but wanted the size available in the 888R's for my new BRZ. For one thing, I had forgotten how noisy they are! I could live with that if they performed better on a dry track.
When pushed hard for 20+ minutes they eventually build up enough heat to start getting greasy and losing grip.
For many they will be adequate for track days, but I drive my cars too close to the limit. A better tire for me in the dry has been the Eagle Supercar F1 3R's.
Unfortunately the belt did not fit, it was was too long, my fruend had a 2018 SRT, he had the same problem with his order.
The transaction process was easy, the belt seems like good quality, too bad it didn't fit