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The Tire Rack - Performance Specialists

Specifications

Specifications by year
Year/Model Title
1992 RT/101992 Specifications
1993 RT/101993 Specifications
1994 RT/101994 Specifications
1995 RT/101995 Specifications
1996 RT/101996 Specifications
1996 GTS1996 Specifications
1997 GTS1997 Specifications
1997 RT/101997 Specifications
1998 RT/101998 Specifications
1998 GTS1998 Specifications
1999 RT/101999 Specifications
1999 GTS/ACR1999 Specifications
1999 GTS1999 Specifications
2000 ACR2000 Specifications
2000 GTS/ACR2000 Specifications
2000 GTS2000 Specifications
2000 RT/102000 Specifications
2001 ACR2001 Specifications
2001 GTS/ACR2001 Specifications
2001 GTS2001 Specifications
2001 RT/102001 Specifications
2002 RT/102002 Specifications
2002 GTS/ACR2002 Specifications
2002 ACR2002 Specifications
2002 GTS2002 Specifications
2003 SRT/102003 Specifications
2004 SRT/102004 Specifications
2005 SRT/102005 Specifications
2006 SRT/10 - C2006 Specifications
2006 SRT/102006 Specifications
2007 SRT/10 - C2007 Specifications
2007 SRT/102007 Specifications


Camshaft Information
There has been lots of talk about idle, performance etc. This seems to stem to a large degree from cam changes and piston changes. From what we have found it appears that cams haven't changed drastically over the years. In addition to significant engine upgrade in 1996, engine pistons were changed in 2000 to cast from forged. Apparently this impacts these newer engines ability to run higher boost superchargers, turbos, and nitrous oxide (NOS) systems. Cars with engines starting the 2000 model year are consequently affectionately known as creampuffs as a playful inter-year rivalry often comes into play which is best.

  Gen I Gen II
Description '92 '93 '94 '95 '96 '96 '97 '98 '99 '00 '01 '02
Exhaust Closes 43º 43º 43º 43º 43º 42.5º 42.5º 42.5º 42.5º 42.5º 42.5º 42.5º
Intake Closes 91º 91º 91º 91º 91º 86.5º 86.5º 86.5º 86.5º 86.5º 86.5º 86.5º
Exhaust Opens 65.5º 65.5º 65.5º 65.5º 65.5º 82.5º 82.5º 82.5º 82.5º 82.5º 82.5º 82.5º
Intake Opens 21.5º 21.5º 21.5º 21.5º 21.5º 23.5º 23.5º 23.5º 23.5º 23.5º 23.5º 23.5º
Exhaust Duration 288.5º 288.5º 288.5º 288.5º 288.5º 305º 305º 305º 305º 305º 305º 305º
Intake Duration 292.5º 292.5º 292.5º 292.5º 292.5º 297º 297º 297º 297º 297º 297º 297º
Exhaust Lift .495" .495" .495" .495" .495" .541" .541" .542" .542" .542" .542" .542"
Intake Lift .525" .525" .525" .525" .525" .541" .541" .542" .542" .542" .542" .542"
Valve Overlap 64.5º 64.5º 64.5º 64.5º 64.5º 66.0º 66.0º 66.0º 66.0º 60.0º 60.0º 60.0º
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