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litle88 06-28-2013 11:31 AM

That's CAMIN HARD!!!

I can never get enough of that's DAMN cam lol

turbolvr321 06-28-2013 12:27 PM

467/424 are the final numbers.



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Originally Posted by turbolvr321 (Post 6724156)
Im running a comp custom grind, stainless works headers, and an LMR intake (Factory cat back) These are my cam specs 236/250 .624/.624 on a 114. Its getting the final dyno tune right now at LMR (AWESOME BUNCH OF GUYS), Ill post up what the numbers are.

Here are a couple videos:
With LTH
http://youtu.be/sFv78n5wgL0

Just cam:
http://youtu.be/H_SEwoSwgPQ

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Originally Posted by litle88 (Post 6724295)
Lol tell them to hurry up on this I really wanna see your numbers! And what you think of the setup. So tell them to STOP messing with GS vettes with the turbo farm truck during lunch lol. That poor vette had his feelings hurt!


Kelly@PCMofNC 06-28-2013 07:00 PM

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Originally Posted by SSMickey (Post 6717159)
I would call some of the more well known shops such as Vengeance, FSP, PCM, Jennety, Lethal or Rhino on here and discuss your goals with them. They are the experts, use there knowledge to your advantage. Nothing wrong with soliciting opinions on here, but your going to find that most will recommend what they already have. Also, you might want to consider a custom grind. A custom gring in most cases will be the same or just slightly more than an off the shelf grind. BTW, do you have an LS3 or L99 engine?

Thanks for the mention. We would be glad to help. Our '545' cam has been absolutely killing it lately, I can barely order them and install them fast enough. Makes 470-480 consistently with a good set of headers and cold air intake. Fantastic driveability, torquey, killer lope, and oh, did I mention it works well with blower cars too in case you change your mind down the road? :D I run this cam in my own car if that tells you anything.

Here's just one of the many,



Graph from a 2010 with rotofab, kooks, and '545.

http://pcmofnc.com/images/builds/wes2.jpg

Mutant Racer 06-29-2013 01:27 AM

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Originally Posted by litle88 (Post 6726698)
He told you that because you want to add a blower and that cam you have can be used but not the best.

The OP wants to CAM HARD so a cam in the 112 and other variables increased will make it cam HARD. LSX Camaro posted a video and that sounds nice, even untuned.

Yup it was posted.

Craig B 07-02-2013 06:26 AM

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Originally Posted by Ron@Vengeance (Post 6724112)
I would suggest doing a search on our "Kaotik" camshaft..I believe this camshaft would meet all of your criteria.

How's that cams street manners? Any bucking or surging in the lower RPM'S??


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