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Old 11-20-2009, 09:19 PM   #1
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Cam Headers Intake Tune 446 RWHP 430 RWTQ

9PM just got off the dyno.

We just finished a Cam, Pushrod, Trunion, Valve spring, Retainer, Seal, cam gear, All Comp Cams except the gear.

Also Dynatech Headers and cats in to existing Corsa cat back, topped off by a Rotofab intake.

I tuned this one with HP Tuners on the Superflow, Spent a lot of time on Idle quality, Startup, throttle response, this is a pretty big cam, I will let Tim fill you guys in on the specs, if he wants to

The Results Best Pull 446 RWHP, 430 RWTQ.

Here is a dyno sheet with this car layed over another strong car with 377 RWHP 382 RWTQ for comparison.
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Old 11-20-2009, 09:53 PM   #2
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Old 11-20-2009, 11:04 PM   #3
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Flippin sweet! I can't wait to bang some gears, and punish those back tires. I think I need to get a video camera so you y'all can here it. Hell, I can't wait to hear it!
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Old 11-20-2009, 11:11 PM   #4
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9PM just got off the dyno.

We just finished a Cam, Pushrod, Trunion, Valve spring, Retainer, Seal, cam gear, All Comp Cams except the gear.

Also Dynatech Headers and cats in to existing Corsa cat back, topped off by a Rotofab intake.

I tuned this one with HP Tuners on the Superflow, Spent a lot of time on Idle quality, Startup, throttle response, this is a pretty big cam, I will let Tim fill you guys in on the specs, if he wants to

The Results Best Pull 446 RWHP, 430 RWTQ.

Here is a dyno sheet with this car layed over another strong car with 377 RWHP 382 RWTQ for comparison.
looks good Ted...just a question...you said it was a pretty big cam ...any idea why lg motorsports g6x3 with the same supporting mods get to 495hp? 50whp more? while having a similar (5whp lower) baseline???Its just an observation...how much bigger can you truly go?
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Old 11-21-2009, 08:21 AM   #5
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looks good Ted...just a question...you said it was a pretty big cam ...any idea why lg motorsports g6x3 with the same supporting mods get to 495hp? 50whp more? while having a similar (5whp lower) baseline???Its just an observation...how much bigger can you truly go?
First Customer Researched and selected the Cam.

Second, I would be very sceptical of a Claim Like that, I have been building engines since 1979 If you can find 20 hp with one good cam over another already strong cam your doing great.

As I stated above, I pulled a Sheet from a Very Strong Stocker I had on file, I don't know what the Baseline of this particular car is, but I would expect it to be in the 370s.

Cam, headers and cold air kit does not Gain 115 RWHP Sorry I have to call

What is most impressive is the Broad torque curve, I suppose If I Spun the Motor another 1000 RPM with an even Bigger Cam I could find More hp, BUT at what expense of torque where you drive most.

I am confident that Tim will Be happy with this combo.

Besides it Sounds cool.
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Old 11-21-2009, 09:08 AM   #6
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looks good Ted...just a question...you said it was a pretty big cam ...any idea why lg motorsports g6x3 with the same supporting mods get to 495hp? 50whp more? while having a similar (5whp lower) baseline???Its just an observation...how much bigger can you truly go?
No it's just how much dyno's vary ...

Nice Job JANNETTY ... That car should move out nice , A good DD
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First Customer Researched and selected the Cam.

Second, I would be very sceptical of a Claim Like that, I have been building engines since 1979 If you can find 20 hp with one good cam over another already strong cam your doing great.

As I stated above, I pulled a Sheet from a Very Strong Stocker I had on file, I don't know what the Baseline of this particular car is, but I would expect it to be in the 370s.

Cam, headers and cold air kit does not Gain 115 RWHP Sorry I have to call

What is most impressive is the Broad torque curve, I suppose If I Spun the Motor another 1000 RPM with an even Bigger Cam I could find More hp, BUT at what expense of torque where you drive most.

I am confident that Tim will Be happy with this combo.

Besides it Sounds cool.
Im with you on this. A nice torque curve is better than peak HP for a street car.
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Old 11-21-2009, 10:56 AM   #8
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On my LS2 GTO, I made 95 rwhp with a custom cam from flowtech http://www.flowtechinduction.com/, full exhaust, intake, tune.

This was also a pretty conservative cam and had excellent street manners.

So you can make impressive gains with just a cam, exhaust, intake, and tune.
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Heres another car that picked 64whp adding only g6x3 http://videos.streetfire.net/video/L...Cam_153920.htm it looks like its most probably the most widely used big cam in the vette world (and i think comp cam grind them too. )
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Heres another car that picked 64whp adding only g6x3 http://videos.streetfire.net/video/L...Cam_153920.htm it looks like its most probably the most widely used big cam in the vette world (and i think comp cam grind them too. )
Definatley hurting in the torque department in exchange for HP at 6500.

See the big dip in the torque curve where it almost the same as stock.

I don't like it.
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Definatley hurting in the torque department in exchange for HP at 6500.

See the big dip in the torque curve where it almost the same as stock.

I don't like it.
That dyno graph does look pretty nasty. Looks like it made good HP up top but that's about it. Down low, it didn't do much HP/TQ.
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On my LS2 GTO, I made 95 rwhp with a custom cam from flowtech http://www.flowtechinduction.com/, full exhaust, intake, tune.

This was also a pretty conservative cam and had excellent street manners.

So you can make impressive gains with just a cam, exhaust, intake, and tune.
There was a Pretty significant gain in power on the GTOs just from Tuning alone, typically 20-25 GM did not leave us that much room on the Camaros typically 10-15.

The Same goes for the GTO Headers exhaust, and Cold air intakes Bigger gains than from Camaro same mods.

Typically Cams Alone are good for 20-40 RWHP if all supporting mods are already in place and require custom tuning to take advantage of the cam so probably less.

No significant Cam Can be installed without a tune so Who Really knows.

Again Don't Look At the Peak Gain Look at the Torque Curve that is what you feel from the drivers seat and gets you down the 1/4 mile the fastest.

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...any idea why lg motorsports g6x3 with the same supporting mods get to 495hp? 50whp more? while having a similar (5whp lower) baseline???Its just an observation...how much bigger can you truly go?
It is about the entire package, everything in the engine has to work together.

The G6X3 has proven itself in Corvette's for close to 2 years now at our shops and others.

The Camaro you see on here with that cam was all customer installed and tuned. It was not done here, we just supplied the parts.
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It is about the entire package, everything in the engine has to work together.

The G6X3 has proven itself in Corvette's for close to 2 years now at our shops and others.

The Camaro you see on here with that cam was all customer installed and tuned. It was not done here, we just supplied the parts.
g6x3 is the king of cams for the ls3 in my opinion for the people looking for max na power on a 376ci engine...really nice...
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