View Poll Results: Which cam would be best for high power, good powerband, and tameable on the street?

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  • Thunder Racing 236/230 .602/.575 112 LSA

    11 22.45%
  • Texas Speed & Performance Torquer Revision 2: 232/234 .595/.598 112 LSA

    15 30.61%
  • Comp Cams SI6 231/237 .585/.595 112 LSA

    16 32.65%
  • Other Cam (if so please post the cam)

    7 14.29%
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FINAL Info On What Cam I Should Go With!!!

This is a discussion on FINAL Info On What Cam I Should Go With!!! within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; here is my cam 238/242 .605/.610 110LSA+2 I am at 412hp at the wheels through a 12 bolt with 4.30's ...

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    here is my cam 238/242 .605/.610 110LSA+2 I am at 412hp at the wheels through a 12 bolt with 4.30's and stock (crappy 843 heads not 241 like you have) heads. I have all the bolt on's but not X-pipe with duals, this is through a y-pipe. if I had a stock 10 bolt and stock gears I would be around 430rwhp the 12 bolt eats about 20rwhp, its that heavy!
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    That is some really good numbers. I am looking for a good cam myself and was needing some help and information. I was thinking of an average size cam because I put about 50 miles on my 99 TA M6 a day. I will not be able to get it tuned any time soon because i am waiting until I get LTs so it will need to perform and idle good without a tune. I have been looking at a TSP 224R on a 112LSA with 918 springs and hardened pushrods. Any idea what kind of power and torque I could expect from this setup with an SLP lid and exhaust only. Also wondering if I could go any bigger without tuning and still idle good. Thanks

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    Great Info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerryWS6
    here is my cam 238/242 .605/.610 110LSA+2 I am at 412hp at the wheels through a 12 bolt with 4.30's and stock (crappy 843 heads not 241 like you have) heads. I have all the bolt on's but not X-pipe with duals, this is through a y-pipe. if I had a stock 10 bolt and stock gears I would be around 430rwhp the 12 bolt eats about 20rwhp, its that heavy!
    Thoes are some good numbers man congrats!!! My new numbers with the new cam installed on the stock 241 heads are in the sig!!
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    I went with the 2nd cam on the list but it is a Comp Cam version. Love it. Great sound and pulls like a freight train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG D's SS
    I went with the 2nd cam on the list but it is a Comp Cam version. Love it. Great sound and pulls like a freight train.
    Sound clip?

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    go a comp on a110 lsa,see ur other post for my reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flobeast385 View Post
    That is some really good numbers. I am looking for a good cam myself and was needing some help and information. I was thinking of an average size cam because I put about 50 miles on my 99 TA M6 a day. I will not be able to get it tuned any time soon because i am waiting until I get LTs so it will need to perform and idle good without a tune. I have been looking at a TSP 224R on a 112LSA with 918 springs and hardened pushrods. Any idea what kind of power and torque I could expect from this setup with an SLP lid and exhaust only. Also wondering if I could go any bigger without tuning and still idle good. Thanks
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    I agree wiht everyone that you won't see 430 from those cams. If it were me, I've always been a fan of the Texas Speed 233/239 cam. Better choice I think that the Torquer 2. http://www.texas-speed.com/shop/item...d=169&catid=44

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