Brian Tooley Racing CAMSHAFT - LS - TURBOCHARGED STAGE 1 - BTR-32227133R1

Brian Tooley Racing CAMSHAFT - LS - TURBOCHARGED STAGE 1 - BTR-32227133R1


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Brian Tooley Racing CAMSHAFT – LS – TURBOCHARGED STAGE 1 – BTR-32227133R1

Specs: 222/227 .604″/.604″ 113+3

We get it. You have a daily driver LS-based car and 400 horsepower isn’t doing the trick anymore. You’ve been looking at all these turbo cars making beaucoup horsepower and you want in on the fun. But, you still want to drive it every day. Some people see this as an issue. You don’t, and neither do we. That’s where the Stage 1 Turbo Cam comes into play. It will let a 4.8 turn 7k rpm with a 7675, and it works great in daily driver 5.3/5.7/6.0s with turbine wheels that are on the smaller side of the spectrum and aren’t spinning too far into the 6000 RPM range. You’ll also gain a noticeable lope at idle that won’t infringe on drivability. Lobes designed in house by BTR.

Brand Brian Tooley Racing
Part Type Camshaft
Engine Type Gen III/Gen IV LS
Engine Combination TURBOCHARGED
Cam Bolt Style THREE BOLT


RaceMax Direct is proud to be Australia’s home for Brian Tooley Racing. Products we stock directly from BTR include Equalizer Manifold LS, Brian Tooley Racing Rocker Arm LS, BTR Shaft Rocker Conversion LS3, BTR Shaft Rocker Conversion LS and Brian Tooley Racing Pushrods, BTR Camshafts and BTR Valve Spring Kits.

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Brian Tooley Racing (BTR) – the story

Brian Tooley has been in the performance racing game for nearly three decades.

Starting his own business back in 1992 called Total Engine Flow, Brian was using a Flowdata flow bench. Shifting to Holley Performance Products shortly afterwards, he helped develop the SysteMax head, intake and camshaft packages.

Going back to working on his own in 1996 until 2004, Tooley then built Total Engine Airflow into an industry titan.

Since then he sold his business to Summit Racing Equipment and stayed on until 2010 when he decided to be closer to family and friends.

As his BTR webpage revealed, it wasn’t long before Brian was back after seeing a need for quality spring kits at affordable prices.

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