New, compact, heavier duty bracket for lift sensors, 2017.
The Quick Cam Checker lets you check timing on your cam quickly and easily, without having to find TDC or set up a degree wheel. Using a smart microprocessor and inexpensive sensors, you can find centerlines while just cranking the engine over with the starter. Other data like lift, duration at .050", etc are included. No computer is needed, but it can send results to the free Windows software via the USB cable.
Note: At this time, the system only works well when the engine is turning continuously, like when cranking it over with the starter. We're still working to make the system work accurately on the engine stand, when you are barring the engine over by hand.
Quick Cam Checker Main Screen
Quick Cam Checker Graph Screen Option
Recent additions to the software (v1.1 A.012 or later) include the ability to do overlay graphs with a test you have designated as a "baseline" for comparison. This is very handy if you are checking to see if the cam in 1 vehicle is matching the cam in another, like for track inspection. The graph below shows the baseline test graphed in black called "4 Test 4 repeat" with the current test being called "7 Test 1". You can see that both profiles are nearly identical, which is very useful for track inspection. Also shown are many new Graph options letting you:
Quick Cam Checker Overlay Graph with Baseline, and Showing additional
Graphing Options (baseline profiles drawn in black)
Quick Cam Checker Overlay Graph Report
Adapter to mount the Quick Cam Checker's valve lift sensors on the 602, 603, 604
GM Chevy crate motors. Remove the rocker arms and it quickly mounts
directly on the pushrods for better accuracy, eliminates the errors of
hydraulic lifter leak down or a changing or unknown rocker ratio and/or lash. This is a very handy tool for track tech
inspectors for the 602, 603, 604 GM Chevy crate motors.
QCC-PK Universal adapters to mount the Quick Cam Checker's valve lift sensors on most pushrods to measure tappet lift directly from the cam. It uses the standard mounting hardware, which (unfortunately) has more flex than the QCC-CM6, but provides a much less expensive alternative. If you design your own more rugged mounting hardware for your particular engines, you will have a great system for measuring tappet right off the pushrod.
The "Pushrod Kit" comes with 2 precision adapters and 2 helper
springs, and is affordably priced. The adapters snuggly fit on the tip of
the sensor, securely hold the spring in place and provide a radiused pocked for
the pushrod. The helper springs provide more force to keep the
lifter in contact with the cam lobe as you crank the motor with the
Call 248-473-9230. Visa or Mastercard accepted.Electronics like Quick Cam Checker have a limited 1 year warranty.