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This is a discussion on could use a little help within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I just bought a 2002 bc4 camero, it runs stock with a/c hooked up regular exhaust, basically stock. It will ...

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    I just bought a 2002 bc4 camero, it runs stock with a/c hooked up regular exhaust, basically stock. It will run in the low 12"s what would I have to do to get in the 10's with the a/c hooked up and maybe uncap the headers. Thanks.

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    Welcome to the site.

    Just as an FYI - no LS1 Camaro runs in the low 12's stock.

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    i second what jon said. Also the ac shuts off at full throttle automatically.

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    we'll what is it suppose to run. I just bought it and figured it would atleast that...

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    Stock? mid 13's.

    If you want 10's...you better start saving up a lot

    Depends on whether your car is an A4 or M6.

    If you're an auto, a decent size cam, stall converter 3600 or so, and some suspension tweaks will get you in the 10's. Depends on how deep into the 10's you want to go. 10.999 is a whole lot different than a 10.0. Add a decent set of heads and a FAST intake and you're definitely there. I wouldn't really suggest running that on your stock 10 bolt rear end though.

    If you're an M6, you're looking at turbo or supercharger probably. Both of which do not come anywhere close to cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    Stock? mid 13's.

    If you want 10's...you better start saving up a lot

    Depends on whether your car is an A4 or M6.

    If you're an auto, a decent size cam, stall converter 3600 or so, and some suspension tweaks will get you in the 10's. Depends on how deep into the 10's you want to go. 10.999 is a whole lot different than a 10.0. Add a decent set of heads and a FAST intake and you're definitely there. I wouldn't really suggest running that on your stock 10 bolt rear end though.

    If you're an M6, you're looking at turbo or supercharger probably. Both of which do not come anywhere close to cheap.

    this plus a 12 bolt or 9" rear with 4.10 or 4.11 gears

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    Spray it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    Spray it.
    This works too

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    This works too
    It'll work a few times lol. I'm willing to bet your motor, let alone you rear, won't be enjoying that much NOS.

    Like Jon said earlier, alot of money. Ask him how he knows, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMdef9 View Post
    It'll work a few times lol. I'm willing to bet your motor, let alone you rear, won't be enjoying that much NOS.

    Like Jon said earlier, alot of money. Ask him how he knows, lol.
    Op is talking about running in the 10s. Not really any way to do that without ill effects on things. Your rear end does not know if it is being sprayed or supercharged. Heads and cam MAY get you there if you know what your doing and everything else is set up right. If only enough spray is used to get you there, and done properly, your bottom end won't know the difference either.

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    Well, we also have to take into consideration what that car is...a B4C police interceptor. I don't know what those run in the quarter mile however. The B4C already has some mods from the factory(heads, rear, power steering/trans cooler) and I don't know what other mods they have. OP, have you had that car dynoed at all?

    We need more info on that car.

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    Pretty sure the B4C did not come with any special heads or rear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    Stock? mid 13's.

    If you want 10's...you better start saving up a lot

    Depends on whether your car is an A4 or M6.

    If you're an auto, a decent size cam, stall converter 3600 or so, and some suspension tweaks will get you in the 10's. Depends on how deep into the 10's you want to go. 10.999 is a whole lot different than a 10.0. Add a decent set of heads and a FAST intake and you're definitely there. I wouldn't really suggest running that on your stock 10 bolt rear end though.

    If you're an M6, you're looking at turbo or supercharger probably. Both of which do not come anywhere close to cheap.
    +1. Much of the suspension will need to be replaced and the drivetrain too, in order to handle the power and use it effectively.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    Pretty sure the B4C did not come with any special heads or rear.
    I'm pretty sure you are correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    I'm pretty sure you are correct.
    Yeah in fact I'm positive. No F bodies got any special heads, cam, or rear. Unless the package was put together by an aftermarket group such as the GMMG ZL1 Camaro.

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    Just coolers. I was most likely thinking of the P71 Crown Vic.

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    The B4C option was also deemed popular enough to be carried on to the fourth generation model. Heavy duty features include oversized front and rear sway bars, high-output alternator, larger (in years after 1991) four-wheel disc brakes, separate engine, power steering, and transmission oil coolers, and certified 145 mph (233 km/h) speedometer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    Yeah in fact I'm positive. No F bodies got any special heads, cam, or rear. Unless the package was put together by an aftermarket group such as the GMMG ZL1 Camaro.
    EDIT: Eddierox was the exception. His Camaro came with an LS6 in it.

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