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This is a discussion on 400 rwhp within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; specs for the Comp Cam LSR i ordered...... 227/235 .614/.621 113LSA ....they recommended it for my application...

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    specs for the Comp Cam LSR i ordered...... 227/235 .614/.621 113LSA ....they recommended it for my application

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    thats pretty big for a DD. or is it not a DD? either way from texas speed you can order a custom grind. so if you want you can stick with the same specs. texas speed also has a line of cams that they have put together. you may want to check into those. what is your application?

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    car has 90k miles.....was dd now shes a garage queen....plan on driving 800-1000 miles a year... i was told it was a mild cam?? i dont want anything over the top ....all i have is FAST intake & Hooker LT...cams my last power add mod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnightnavyz28 View Post
    car has 90k miles.....was dd now shes a garage queen....plan on driving 800-1000 miles a year... i was told it was a mild cam?? i dont want anything over the top ....all i have is FAST intake & Hooker LT...cams my last power add mod.
    its not over the top at all. i had a 230/230 and it was just a little much for a DD. not bad but it wore on me. i have heard alot of people that have liked the MS series cams MS3,MS4. if it is not a DD they wouldnt be to much either

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    what do you mean by too much for a dd?

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnightnavyz28 View Post
    specs for the Comp Cam LSR i ordered...... 227/235 .614/.621 113LSA ....they recommended it for my application
    That is a high lift cam, but fairly mild in terms of some of the larger cam apps.

    Personally, I would go for a 228R from TSP on a 114 if she is a daily driver.
    Just about all shops use COMP blanks for their grinds. The cams I have gotten from shops have been in COMP boxes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnightnavyz28 View Post
    what do you mean by too much for a dd?
    that once nice idle with the stock cam turns into a beast. so with a bigger cam your gas mileage will drop alittle, if you have a stick in traffic......it sucks lol. more or less its just drivability. now i drove it like that for a long time. but thinking back i would have much rather waited untill i had a second car like i do now. although i still drive my SS just about every day. i just cant take my own advice. Here is my car before the new motor.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/t56ls1ss.../8/pBB6t6LBCqo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    That is a high lift cam, but fairly mild in terms of some of the larger cam apps.

    Personally, I would go for a 228R from TSP on a 114 if she is a daily driver.
    Just about all shops use COMP blanks for their grinds. The cams I have gotten from shops have been in COMP boxes.
    car has 90k miles...but is now garage queen

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnightnavyz28 View Post
    car has 90k miles...but is now garage queen
    Then get a Torquer2.
    Or call TSP, Futral, etc and get custom specs.


    I like the mid-range cams for street cars. Stuff in the 228 to 234 duration range, right around .590" to .600" lift, and on a 113 or 114 LSA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Crash View Post
    that once nice idle with the stock cam turns into a beast. so with a bigger cam your gas mileage will drop alittle, if you have a stick in traffic......it sucks lol. more or less its just drivability. now i drove it like that for a long time. but thinking back i would have much rather waited untill i had a second car like i do now. although i still drive my SS just about every day. i just cant take my own advice. Here is my car before the new motor.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/t56ls1ss.../8/pBB6t6LBCqo
    that sound screams muscle car ..thanks for all the advice/info!! ill try2 stay updated on what happens

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    I like the mid-range cams for street cars. Stuff in the 228 to 234 duration range, right around .590" to .600" lift, and on a 113 or 114 LSA.[/QUOTE]



    that would be little bit milder cam from what i have on order (227/235 .614/.621 113LSA), right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnightnavyz28 View Post
    that would be little bit milder cam from what i have on order (227/235 .614/.621 113LSA), right?
    The cam they spec'd out for you basicly falls into that mid-range area I am referring too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Then get a Torquer2.
    Or call TSP, Futral, etc and get custom specs.


    I like the mid-range cams for street cars. Stuff in the 228 to 234 duration range, right around .590" to .600" lift, and on a 113 or 114 LSA.
    im with you i have the torquer2 and love it. its a good street cam for sure.

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