This is a discussion on Cam Question.. within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I have an 02 Z28 A4. I'm looking to get a cam installed in my ride. A couple of buddies ...
09-24-2010, 02:13 PM #1
I have an 02 Z28 A4. I'm looking to get a cam installed in my ride. A couple of buddies say that I would have to get a stall converter before I get a cam. Is this true or can I run a cam with my stock stall?? thanks, Mike
09-24-2010, 09:34 PM #2
you can keep it stock. i wouldn't tho
09-25-2010, 01:01 AM #3
I am planning a cam but have to wait till I.can afford the stall from circle d. Plus the install for both. Cam gives you more power but the stall gets the cat into that new powerband. I have never seen a cammed car without at least a 3200 stall.1998 Trans Am 85k miles.
Bolt ons, MS3 113LSA cam, Circle D Stall, Tune, Modified WS6 style hood, Full Suspension, 6000k HID's, Clear Side Markers w/ Leds, Led 3rd Brake Light and 18" AR Staggered Killer Wheels w/ BFG KDW NT's.- Weekend Toy/DD
02 Trailblazer -Sold
09 Ram 1500 CC - Sold
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13 ram 1500 LoneStar CC 4x4 - Magnaflow, K&N,and more to come-DD/Toy
09-25-2010, 01:32 AM #4
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- 2000 Trans Am
Your better off doing the stall first. Sometimes people have problems, especially with bigger cams, when they dont have a stall.
09-25-2010, 02:42 PM #5
You should do the stall converter first...
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2002 Trans Am WS6 - 9.41@143mph, #3675, on pump gas and drag radials - sold
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