more powr, aggressive sound and performance
requires specific tools, and some engine exp.
6in. jaw puller
tool for cutting reliefs
metric hand tools and sockets, etc.
for instance to find TDC and know how to degree a cam.
i will not install a cam without degreeing it, i just cant do it,
the dot to dot method makes me nuts when ive seen people do it
usually requires new upgraded valvesprings for cam as well
new bolts since GM lsx use TTY for crank pulley and heads, new head gaskets
since heads need to come off to cut reliefs in pistons
again another of my pet peeves when valve reliefs are not cut in. for cam swaps
im my case i will yank the engine and do everything outside, cam, shim pump,cutreliefs, vs, and even a clutch swap to boot
might as well do it since the motor is coming out anyway. i dont like being leaned over the cowl. i have pulled the engien just to clean the engine bay and poly mounts
thru the top witha engine hoist and with the t56 attached
in 2 hours