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post #1 of 31 Old 03-28-2012, 09:30 AM Thread Starter
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Heads and Cam running 10's

Here is a link to our 5th Gen M6 running 10's with just heads and cam.. check out the video it gives all the rwhp/rwt and shows the car shifting all the way down the track, it also gives an idea on the idle and how GREAT it sounds!!

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post #2 of 31 Old 03-28-2012, 10:17 AM
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How exactly does that equal "just heads and cam"?

That's more than "just heads and cam", but I digress. Nice car and a monster at 515whp/471wtq all motor. My plan is to go all motor as well, but I'm hoping for over 500wtq with 500+whp.

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How exactly does that equal "just heads and cam"?

That's more than "just heads and cam", but I digress. Nice car and a monster at 515whp/471wtq all motor. My plan is to go all motor as well, but I'm hoping for over 500wtq with 500+whp.
true.. its a bit more then heads and cam... i should have said heads and cam with bolt ons... i didnt really have my coffee yet but thanks for the props!!!

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Nice! There sure is a lot of room in these engines!

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Nice! There sure is a lot of room in these engines!
You bet their is... and a lot of power we can get out of them!!
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How exactly does that equal "just heads and cam"?

That's more than "just heads and cam", but I digress. Nice car and a monster at 515whp/471wtq all motor. My plan is to go all motor as well, but I'm hoping for over 500wtq with 500+whp.
Most people do bolt ons before doing heads and cam so when you say heads and cam then it is automaitically assumed the bolt ons are in place as well

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Just d***! Amazing potential for these cars. I'm not prepared to terminate the power train warranty on my daily driven SS, but now I'm thinkin' five years can't come soon enough.
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Mind if I ask what you did to the drivetrain? I'm guessing its not stock
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Mind if I ask what you did to the drivetrain? I'm guessing its not stock
Other then a clutch and gears and a aluminum drive shaft? The trans is stock, the rear housing is stock and it is a stock bottom end.
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That's good to know. I like to see how the stock equipment holds up. My '78 has a stock T-10 and 10-bolt, with an aftermarket clutch and driveshaft behind a 468BB. Never had an issue with the 10-bolt, but the rear in my '99 TA was a piece of junk.
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