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    Cammed w/vid

    I got my budget / street car where I want it. It drives amazing and has power everywhere. There was no loss of low end torque. Very happy. So whats next?

    Factory Options:
    LS1 346 / 5.7L
    6 speed
    WS.6 performance package

    Performance:
    Tsp 228R cam
    Pacesetter long tube headers
    Tsp off road y pipe
    Slp lm1 cat-back
    Ls6 intake
    Ported tb
    Slp lid w/ k&n
    Ls2 timing chain
    Ported oil pump
    Prc dual valve springs
    Tsp 7.4 push rods
    Emissions systems deleted
    160 t stat
    Ngk plugs
    Slowhawk tuned

    Suspension/Tires:
    275/40/17 Yokohama tires
    Poly motor mounts

    Drivetrain:
    10 bolt w/ 3.42's
    Gm clutch w/ slave & master
    Skip shift deleted










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    Hey Mike lookin' and sounding good!

    I am partial to black WS6s.

    What next you ask? I don't see sub-frame connectors on that list.

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    Very cool! Has a nice rumble to it with the cam and exhaust. +1 for SFC's and then maybe a PCV catch can for your next round of mods. Highly recommend UMI's 2 point bolt in SFC's. Easy to install, they fit perfect and will definitely tighten things up.

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    Nice....


    +2 on SFC's

    after that start saving for a rear....

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    Thanks for the responses. I forgot to add that I still have the stock clutch and it was hating its life on the dyno lol. Would an ls7 clutch be a good choice? I want a stock driving clutch than can handle upwards of 430rwh.

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    Sounds good, what LSA is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sok915 View Post
    sounds good, what lsa is that?
    112 lsa

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike0202 View Post
    Thanks for the responses. I forgot to add that I still have the stock clutch and it was hating its life on the dyno lol. Would an ls7 clutch be a good choice? I want a stock driving clutch than can handle upwards of 430rwh.
    Good clutch, I'm using it too. No complaints from me so far. It can handle around 500 ft lbs of torque and mid-500 hp cars. When looking for a clutch I look at its torque rating more then the hp rating. Hp ratings are subjective based on what dyno is used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    Good clutch, I'm using it too. No complaints from me so far. It can handle around 500 ft lbs of torque and mid-500 hp cars. When looking for a clutch I look at its torque rating more then the hp rating. Hp ratings are subjective based on what dyno is used.
    My car was tuned on a Mustang Dyno. The power dipped off at the top and my tuner said the clutch could have been slipping.

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    I just got my car back with a trans rebuild/LS7 clutch install. I think the LS7 clutch would be good for your car. It's a bit stiffer than stock, but a good choice. It's not an on/off clutch like some performance aftermarket clutches are, and has a nice progressive smooth engagement.

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