Gsc Power Division '02-'05 2.0l Subaru Wrx S1 Cams 270/266 on 2040-parts.com
Storrs Mansfield, Connecticut, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:gsc6020S1
Part Brand:GSC Power Division
GSC Power Division: Subaru Subaru EJ20 WRX 02-05 Upgraded Turbo 350-550whp, Fast Spooling no loss of bottom end power
GSC Power-Division S1 camshafts for the EJ205 WRX V5 and V6. These will not drop any low end power, but actually cause faster spool of the turbo, creating more power and torque across the entire rpm range. Good for stock turbo or up to 500WHP upgrades.
GSC Power Division Camshafts: Power Division High Performance Billet Camshafts. Engineered to offer the absolute best performance and maintain close to stock drivability characteristics. Power Division has stepped into the market with top quality Billet Cores that will perform with or outperform other camshafts on the market. With the wide array of profiles there is a combination to fit your needs. From basic bolt-ons to fully built engines naturally aspired or Turbo Charged. Power Division offers the setup to suit your needs. All the camshafts provide power across the RPM band and can support extreme race engine conditions due to their superb quality. Why run the others, when you can run the BEST!
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