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    Does anybody else have this cam?

    Brand: COMP Cams
    Product Line: COMP Cams Xtreme Energy Camshafts
    Part Type: Camshafts
    Part Number: CCA-54-448-11
    Cam Style: Hydraulic roller tappet
    Basic Operating RPM Range: 2,800-7,200
    Intake Duration at 050 inch Lift: 238
    Exhaust Duration at 050 inch Lift: 240
    Duration at 050 inch Lift: 238 int./240 exh.
    Advertised Intake Duration: 287
    Advertised Exhaust Duration: 289
    Advertised Duration: 287 int./289 exh.
    Intake Valve Lift with Factory Rocker Arm Ratio: 0.605 in.
    Exhaust Valve Lift with Factory Rocker Arm Ratio: 0.609 in.
    Valve Lift with Factory Rocker Arm Ratio: 0.605 int./0.609 exh. lift
    Lobe Separation (degrees): 112
    Intake Valve Lash: 0.000 in.
    Exhaust Valve Lash: 0.000 in.
    Computer Controlled Compatible: Yes
    Grind Number: LS1 XER287HR-12
    Quantity: Sold individually.



    If so what do you think of it

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    sounds pretty big to me, dont think id nt for a daily driver

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    That's the one I have coming ! I might have to give up my 1.85 rockers for it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bills98ta View Post
    That's the one I have coming ! I might have to give up my 1.85 rockers for it...
    i thought that it sounded about the same size as yours

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark21742 View Post
    sounds pretty big to me, dont think id nt for a daily driver
    its not reallt yhat bad but it is hard to tune, so says my tuner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssweet99ss View Post
    its not reallt yhat bad but it is hard to tune, so says my tuner.
    Is that what you're running now ?

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    Acualy i hate to say it, but when i bought the car that is what they said was in it, so I am going on what they said. It use to sound really lopy but not so any more, the tuner says that is hard to the tune right on this cam, Like i said before i am looking into getting hp tuner so maybe i can play with it a little just new to the whole yuning myself so dont know what i am going to run into.

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    I'm slowly catching on to the tuning thing ! LOL !
    I'm running the XR281HR now ( 281 283 / 571 573 ) that is a 2200 - 7200 rpm range. I also used the 1.85 rocker arms. I'm trying to figure out what that throws the total lift to. Might be to much for the new cam...

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    Yea I was alos thinking of doing the same thing, but I also think they would be to much for the ptv clearance, imo

    What do you think your car runs in the 1/8 if you dont mind me asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssweet99ss View Post
    Yea I was alos thinking of doing the same thing, but I also think they would be to much for the ptv clearance, imo

    What do you think your car runs in the 1/8 if you dont mind me asking.
    Uhmm... I'd have to dig out some time slips. In the 1/4, I usally run 10.80's and pulled a 10.57 with a 1.40 60'... But can't recall the 1/8 time... I'll get back later...

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    Grabbed some slips. The best 1/8 is a 6.694 , but on average it's a 6.95 range...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bills98ta View Post
    Grabbed some slips. The best 1/8 is a 6.694 , but on average it's a 6.95 range...
    Thats about a second faster than mine SWEET

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    Quote Originally Posted by bills98ta View Post
    Grabbed some slips. The best 1/8 is a 6.694 , but on average it's a 6.95 range...
    lol i was going to say you should have slips coming out the but in the car trailer lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark21742 View Post
    lol i was going to say you should have slips coming out the but in the car trailer lol
    I did go out and retreive them !!! LOL !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bills98ta View Post
    I'm slowly catching on to the tuning thing ! LOL !
    I'm running the XR281HR now ( 281 283 / 571 573 ) that is a 2200 - 7200 rpm range. I also used the 1.85 rocker arms. I'm trying to figure out what that throws the total lift to. Might be to much for the new cam...
    Hey Bill, just curios if you have heard of this book that they are talking about on tech?
    http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/pcm-di...ning-book.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssweet99ss View Post
    Hey Bill, just curios if you have heard of this book that they are talking about on tech?
    http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/pcm-di...ning-book.html
    No, But I found this while checking it out !
    http://forum.efilive.com/showthread.php?t=7867

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    Of coarse it's EFI live tuning. That's what the tuner uses at G-Force in Chambersburg.
    Guess that's the book ?

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    Is this the same book I asked you about? Would it work the same with hp, cause I am really leaning towards hp

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssweet99ss View Post
    Is this the same book I asked you about? Would it work the same with hp, cause I am really leaning towards hp
    efi live and hptuers do the same thing, but in different ways and different page setups...from what i understand....but i still sit here and nod my head like i know everything bill is telling me lol i guess its about the the same, just one uses windows(hptuners) and efilive uses spread sheets, so that makes hptuners more user friendly

    ask Bill....last night we learned not to change a bunch of things at once lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssweet99ss View Post
    Is this the same book I asked you about? Would it work the same with hp, cause I am really leaning towards hp
    I think so, but they called it beta tuning ??? Don't know... But I do know HP Tuners will do every thing that the others do. It will even tune locked LS1 Edit tunes !!!
    You will like it !!! That EFI is still simular... Might pick up on some pointers !

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