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-   -   ˇˇˇNEW PRODUCT - Massive Speed SVT Focus VCT Delete Kit!!! (http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/showthread.php?t=295356)

K Dog 08-15-2012 12:10 PM

ˇˇˇNEW PRODUCT - Massive Speed SVT Focus VCT Delete Kit!!!
 
We've been asked to produce one of these for a long time, and here she finally is.

For Ford Focus 2002-2004 SVT / ST170 models ONLY.

Deletes intake cam VCT.

Here's what we have to say about them:

Deleting the factory variable cam timing can offer a greater amount of camshaft options and the ability to use an adjustable cam gear for fixed, consistent tuning.

Includes billet aluminum VCT delete, genuine ARP 12 pt stainless steel bolt and billet aluminum washer plate with engraved Massive M logo. Loc-tite provided in kit for superior hold. Made in house at Massive Speed in the USA!!!

http://www.zeebone.com/gallery/d/967...Delete+Kit.jpg
http://www.zeebone.com/gallery/d/968...alled+Back.jpg
http://www.zeebone.com/gallery/d/968...+installed.jpg


Only $29.97!!! Still just $5 shipping on all Massive items to the lower 48 states!

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SvviftSVT 02-15-2013 08:43 AM

regarding this.. i plan on getting one soon..
i know with other items, yall can do custom colors. is this still true for this item?
i love my bright ass lime green rear strut brace and will soon be buying some more items

Rudel 02-15-2013 09:05 AM

Is RTV still needed to help seal the oil hole?

K Dog 02-15-2013 10:38 AM

In regards to color, this is an anodized item. We do them in large lot quantities 1 color at a time.

On powder coated items, we can easily offer them in different colors, but not so with this item.

Rudel - we use / include Permatex anaerobic sealant.

Rudel 02-15-2013 07:15 PM

Thanks Karl. Two orders put in today. [:)]

tjboston5676 02-26-2013 09:29 PM

is there instructions on how to do this? and from what i understand theres no gains and not losses but you will have a more aggressive exhaust sound correct?

tjboston5676 02-26-2013 09:30 PM

and do you need an adj cam gear and dyno tune?

K Dog 02-27-2013 10:42 AM

This setup has many potential uses:
  • switching to aftermarket cams that do not support VCT
  • have a kit car/stand alone that does not have a way to activate VCT
  • an advanced tuner who would rather hand adjust an adjustable cam gear themselves than have a computer do it
  • a turbo setup where the user wants to dial out overlap
  • a high compression/big cam user that would otherwise have piston/valve clearance issues
  • have had issues with the solenoid and want to eliminate it

It's really not advantageous for a mostly stock or bolt on car. Yes, you'd want/need to run an adjustable cam gear, or at very least a stock zetec gear with this.

tjboston5676 02-27-2013 11:37 AM

Ever since I changed my timing belt I've had 1381 and 1383 I'm ready to be done with that I've taken it back to shop multiple times and not fixed its bedn running with the codes for about a year now and drives great though with 30mpg. But if I could get this fixed or even do the vct delete to get a little better performance than I'm all for it. Does the vct delete give it a more aggressive sound as well, that would be nice too lol thanks for your response!

SvviftSVT 02-27-2013 11:46 AM

i'm not sure how a vct delete (FOR THE INTAKE CAM) would change exhaust note


but with an adj cam gear you could retard/advance your timing for peak power.


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