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    New Guy Also

    I've got tons of info from you all before I was a member. Looking forward to sharing more info, and learning much more! I have all slp parts. Looking for cam some what aggresive but still user friendly. Should I stick with slp?
    1168 LS6 Block, Different factory heads, All SLP parts Cold Air Induction, 25% Pullies,160 Thermo, High Flow Lid, Mass Air, Smooth Bellow, Headers, High Flow Cats, Loud Mouth 3.5 inch slash tips, and a custom tune from Fastimes Speed Shop.

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    ArtistFormerlyKnownAsMac Silver Streak's Avatar
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    I see you know you have the LS6 Block.. what did you do to get back there to tell? I've been wondering if I do as well or not.. but haven't figured out the best way to get back there.
    -Geno
    1983 Black WS6 "WindCharger"
    1987 Black WS6 "WS87"
    2002 Black WS6 "Silver Streak"
    Sold the other four f-bodies

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    I work at a dealership. Couple of friends in service they help me with everything. Used some mirrors and a high power spot light.

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    look into a came with a 224 duration on a 112-114 for driveability with a nice sized lift like a .565-.578 ranging on the intake and exhaust. Check out Thunderracing and look at their cams and use it as a reference to shop for a cam. They give you explanations of the different grinds and what powerbands each cam runs in. Also some cams have a dynograph available

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