biggest cam for stock stall?
This is a discussion on biggest cam for stock stall? within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by WICKEDLS1 definately good numbers adn i understand what your saying i just like something above and beyond ...
01-22-2011, 09:53 AM #21
It's perfect for her, you can lug the motor down to 600 rpms in 6th gear and still accelerate without a single complaint (chugging/bucking) and most of the time around town I'm in 5th or 6th loafing around with 3.42's at 30-40 mph. Which is why the car gets 22-23 mpg in town driving. It's a great driver that requires minimal shifting, and still makes decent power.
Other cars here I run big donky cams in and they have their purpose. Some of which I can easily drive daily if I choose, with .050 duration numbers in the 250-260 range and LSA's as tight as 107. They drive fine if you don't mind the rambunctious attitudes. It's all what you can tolerate.
01-22-2011, 11:14 AM #22
If you don't want a stall, you got to go small!
This should be a nice cam: Comp Cams # 54-424-11, 212/218 115lsa, .558/.563 lift, cam has an Overlap of -15.00 Degrees.
For a custom:
Comp LSL lobes, 215/219 115LSA, .604/.607 lift, Overlap of -13.00 Degrees.
Lobe's: Int. #13014/ Exh. #13015
01-22-2011, 11:35 AM #23
Scoggin-dickey has a cam they say is a step above the ls6 but a stall is not needed.sounds like what you want. sdparts.com cam is Z+221
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01-22-2011, 02:37 PM #24
Thanks guys I'm gonna look those up
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