This is a discussion on Cam Cost within the GTO forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Did anyone replace there cam? if so how much did it cost with labor and everything? thanks...
06-26-2007, 04:31 PM #1
- Join Date
- Jun 2007
- Annville PA
- 2004 gto
Did anyone replace there cam? if so how much did it cost with labor and everything?
thanks2004 GTO silver/red int.
SLP Loudmouth I Exhaust
Pacesetter Ceramic Coated Headers
3" Mid pipes (no Cats)
SLP Heavy Duty Sway Bar SLP Sway Bar Bushings
125 shot of nitrous HSW
nittos D/Rs 555R
Hp Tune 13.03 @ 109 mph (without nitrous, GMM Ripshift, and Nittos)
06-30-2007, 06:45 AM #2
- Join Date
- Oct 2006
- south of the border
- 2004 GTO
Depends on the cam / cam package you go with. I went with a custom ground cam package with the cam, springs, pushrods, seals, retainers, etc and that ran $925. Some speed shops offer off-the-shelf packages for around $600.
Also, while doing the cam it's a good idea to change your timing chain, to an under drive pulley, and to a high-volume oil pump. These parts will cost you around $400-500. If you shop around on eBay and such you can find some pretty good deals.
The install cost me $850, including the oil pump, and I had it done at HPE in Houston. The tune was another $425.
If your car is an automatic, you'll want to install a stall coverter.2004 GTO M6
Kooks LTs w/ Cats, SLP LM 1
CCW SP500 18X10, 18X8.5, Kuhmo 275/35, 245/40
Powerbond UD Pulley
FTI Rebel TQ Cam
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