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Old 02-28-2013, 10:36 PM   #1
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mild vvt cam and tune with some headwork

mild vvt cam per my instructions to keep my stock converter. headwork done to finish off my current n/a needs

vvt cam grind specd and tune by Ryne Cunningham, mechanical work done by Mike at cms.
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headwork done by west coast heads
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cant recommend these 2 shops and their staffs enough...

excellent driveability, no surge, no pushing through brakes, crisp shifts in auto crisper shifts in sport and paddle.

heres the graph for those that are interested.
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Old 02-28-2013, 10:48 PM   #2
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Nice. I laugh when some people suggest that head work doesnt add any power. Your numbers as well as mine and others suggest otherwise. Congrats
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Old 02-28-2013, 10:54 PM   #3
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Nice. I laugh when some people suggest that head work doesnt add any power. Your numbers as well as mine and others suggest otherwise. Congrats
i guess it depends on who does it...lots of people port themselves with a dremel or send to a shop that doesnt have a clue. west coast has been around along time and is a racers dream.

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Old 02-28-2013, 11:02 PM   #4
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Thats a nice curve on the graph congrats did you remove the dod lifters
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Old 02-28-2013, 11:09 PM   #5
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Thats a nice curve on the graph congrats did you remove the dod lifters
ohh yeah all the afm/dod crap is gone. complete upgrade with everything in heads.
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What cam? What's the specs?
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Old 03-01-2013, 11:19 AM   #7
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What cam? What's the specs?
custom grind specd by ryne cunningham...i am not exactly sure if he wants me to share. i will ask him when he gets back from vacation. if your really interested you can call cunningham motorsports. dont know if its a curiosity thing or i want that thing

i will say it is really mild due to my stock coverter and all my requests/demands
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Old 03-02-2013, 12:18 AM   #8
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custom grind specd by ryne cunningham...i am not exactly sure if he wants me to share. i will ask him when he gets back from vacation. if your really interested you can call cunningham motorsports. dont know if its a curiosity thing or i want that thing

i will say it is really mild due to my stock coverter and all my requests/demands
Hell, you pulled what 80whp with that cam and heads package? That's pretty damn good for being able to use the stock converter. That's as good or better than many of the LS3 cams.
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I got ya, I just finished putting in the TSP VVT2 and they do not broadcast those numbers either...i have not got it to a dyno yet because of salt on the roads. I was just curious to see what size cam you had to make those numbers. If possible PM me if not no big deal i am just trying to get an idea of what i might make!



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custom grind specd by ryne cunningham...i am not exactly sure if he wants me to share. i will ask him when he gets back from vacation. if your really interested you can call cunningham motorsports. dont know if its a curiosity thing or i want that thing

i will say it is really mild due to my stock coverter and all my requests/demands
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Hell, you pulled what 80whp with that cam and heads package? That's pretty damn good for being able to use the stock converter. That's as good or better than many of the LS3 cams.
Ya, not only stock converter but stock drive ability....zero surge zero dips zero push through brakes....just instant power
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So what all is done, heads, cam, full exhaust, cold air and a tune?

That would be like an 87rwhp gain for me. Must feel pretty good. Would love to see what it did at the drag strip.
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So what all is done, heads, cam, full exhaust, cold air and a tune?

That would be like an 87rwhp gain for me. Must feel pretty good. Would love to see what it did at the drag strip.
no 1/4 mile around me might go to 1/8 at irwindale.
and yes your right, cai inc intake, head work from west coast, vvt cam, kooks headers, and a beautiful tune from ryne at cms

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Im going pretty much the same route except my cam is a bigger cam with the need of a 3500 stall so im hoping for 480-500rwhp
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Im going pretty much the same route except my cam is a bigger cam with the need of a 3500 stall so im hoping for 480-500rwhp
if it requires that big of a stall the cam should be MUCH larger than mine.

i have head work done as well...ported, milled to up the cr as well as all upgraded internals.
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I have mine p&p as well with the compression milled to 11.5:1 lol i think we have pretty much the same setup except for the cam cant wait to see your track times!!
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I have mine p&p as well with the compression milled to 11.5:1 lol i think we have pretty much the same setup except for the cam cant wait to see your track times!!
you wont be disapointed, who did you use for the headwork?
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you wont be disapointed, who did you use for the headwork?
Local reputable shop i had my heads even before i bought my cam and i can rrally notice some added ponies!
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Old 03-03-2013, 07:27 PM   #18
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So what all is done, heads, cam, full exhaust, cold air and a tune?

That would be like an 87rwhp gain for me. Must feel pretty good. Would love to see what it did at the drag strip.
Intake, headers, Wcch stage 2 heads with 67cc combustion chambers, cometic .040" head gaskets, cms custom vvt cam and of course cms tuning..
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Nice. So how much compression?
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Nice. So how much compression?
10.8 or so give or take a tenth
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