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post #1 of 3 Old 03-06-2011, 01:18 AM Thread Starter
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Dyno next sat!!!

So, just want to know what people think ill put down.
Not sure if its a dynojet, mustang or what. its a third gen meet up, ill get lots of pics and video.
car is an 88 trans am GTA

2002 ls1 w/ 45,000 miles on it.
Ported tb
Ud pulley
Ac delete
Air delete
Ls6 intake
Cold air intake w/ k n
1 3/4 lt's
ory
Slp loudmouth exhaust
Iradium spark plugs
Msd wires
Lpe gt2-3 cam (207/220 .573/.580 118.5 LSA)
Patriot gold springs
Harend push rods

T56

Ford 9", 31 spline axles, locker, 4.11 gears.

Last time I was at the track I trapped 111.84, and that was b4 the cam. Car weight was 3300 wn driver.

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So, just want to know what people think ill put down.
Not sure if its a dynojet, mustang or what. its a third gen meet up, ill get lots of pics and video.
car is an 88 trans am GTA

2002 ls1 w/ 45,000 miles on it.
Ported tb
Ud pulley
Ac delete
Air delete
Ls6 intake
Cold air intake w/ k n
1 3/4 lt's
ory
Slp loudmouth exhaust
Iradium spark plugs
Msd wires
Lpe gt2-3 cam (207/220 .573/.580 118.5 LSA)
Patriot gold springs
Harend push rods

T56

Ford 9", 31 spline axles, locker, 4.11 gears.

Last time I was at the track I trapped 111.84, and that was b4 the cam. Car weight was 3300 wn driver.
Why so small duration on the cam? Guys easily run 220 @ .050" lift without any impact to fuel economy with a 6spd. Thats very close to a stock L98 cam duration wise. Stock L98 for some years was 207/214.

Heck, i get yelled at for being concerned about drivability, and i'm still going with a 226/232 cam

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Why so small duration on the cam? Guys easily run 220 @ .050" lift without any impact to fuel economy with a 6spd. Thats very close to a stock L98 cam duration wise. Stock L98 for some years was 207/214.

Heck, i get yelled at for being concerned about drivability, and i'm still going with a 226/232 cam
its a forced induction cam the lift is alot higher than stock ls1 about .100 more. it idles smoother than stock.

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