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Cam from Zo6 C5?

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    Cam from Zo6 C5?

    Is there any ide to put a Zo6 cam in my orginal SS99?
    Exept for the cam job,must i do other modifications ?

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    Valvesprings are a most.
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    Oil pump, timing chain, pushrods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos
    Valvesprings are a most.
    Depending on mileage and condition of parts...you may consider...
    Oil pump, timing chain, pushrods.

    How much more power u think?

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    30 RWHP

    There are much better options for cams out there now than the LS6 cam.

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    a 224 cam is a great cam. you have good power threwout the rpm range.
    when doing a cam, get a whole cam kit.
    also its a good idea to get a better oil pump and also a ls2 timing chain.
    because you live overseas, you would need to send in youre ecu to a ls1 tuner like ls1speed and have them program you ecu to the mods you are doing.
    youre car will run prefect that way.
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