Asked by Jan 24, 2010 at 04:14 AM about the Hyundai Tiburon

Question type: Car Customization

Anybody have a Cammed Tib???  How much does it cost and where would i get em.

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what year tib do you have? if you want to do it on the cheap you can swap out your 2.0l cams for 1.8 cams, they are more aggressive than the 2.0's. i have a 1.8 if you want to get them off me, i'll sell em for 70 bucks. otherwise you can hit up ebay and try and get them off there. also you can try kfxperformance they have links to some cams for the tib's but they cost like 400 bucks.


i have a 2.7 gt v6 iys 300 hp custem


sorry just looked at it and you have an 03... i have a 97 and an 01 tib, so unless you have the beta 2 2.0l in yours the cams won't work for you... try out though or try out they have some pretty shweet stuff for tibs.


Crower cams will do a regrind for you. Dependng on what your looking for they have a whole load of regrinds that can be done.

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