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This is a discussion on vacuum canister within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; would i need one once i put a custom grind cam(224/224 .581/.581 114LSA)...oh besides anls6 oil pump, ls2 timing chain ...

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    vacuum canister

    would i need one once i put a custom grind cam(224/224 .581/.581 114LSA)...oh besides anls6 oil pump, ls2 timing chain and a great tune..what else would i need to complete the cam process...in example...do i need to upgrade anything else to withstand the cam?



    basic mods i have are hedman headers and lid

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    New heavy duty beehives, and I went with the chrome moly push rods too. Before you do the LS2 chain, think about an adjustable double roller though. Your rockers should be fine, as should your retainers, unless you'll be spending all day above 6500 RPM. A 112 LSA would give you a little more bump de bump idle, and since you're going to get a great tune anyway.....

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    i wouldnt think u'd need a vacuum canister.
    http://img519.imageshack.us/my.php?image=wheelieke5.jpg361hp 351tq 98 Z/28 A4 SLP Lid/Smooth Bellow/LM2 K&N Filter Pacesetter Headers TSP Y Pipe Z06 Style Wheels B&M shifter Yank 3200 Prothane Motor/Trans Mounts Torquer V2/7.425" p-rods/Comp Springs
    $, the replacement for displacement.

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    I got a friend with a 228/228 .581/.581 and 111lsa (I think) and he has no vacuum issues at all. His brakes and everything work perfectly fine.

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    No need for the trouble a dual timing chain can cause fitment wise.
    LS2 chain is proven and priced well.

    With that cam, you probably don't want dual springs. Too stout for that cam. Comp 918's (request newest batch) would work very well.

    Vacuum won't be a problem.

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    thx guys...i probably would go with the 112..i love the rumpity rump

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