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good cam for 94/z28

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    good cam for 94/z28

    looking for a good cam for a good price for 94 auto z/28

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    What do you want it to do? Do you at least have headers?
    Thunder Racing , Texas Speed , Lingenfelter all have good deals on cam packages. Thunder Racing's TR224 has proven to be the 'quintessential' cam of the f body generation.
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    will that cam work well with stock heads? (I have full exhaust and CAI)

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    Yes it will. Really all cam upgrades have a need for headers.

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    sweet looks like my tax return will be put to good use

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    Quote Originally Posted by ichliebecamaro View Post
    looking for a good cam for a good price for 94 auto z/28...
    If your new to tuning, but will eventually have access to a handheld tuner... go with the CC-305 (CompCams). If your an experienced tuner, or know an experienced tuner, go with the CC-306 (also from CompCams). The CC-306 can be a bear to tune for those who are unfamilar with it, but it pays huge dividends once it's dialed in.

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    Good deal. Hope it works out for you. I also just noticed you have an auto...You may also look into a better converter.

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    Yeah, depending on how big of a cam you choose, a transmission torque converter will be needed. I know the cc-306 cam will sound awesome but I don't think it would be the best choice for stock heads. It will definanetly require headers, otherwise I feel you are wastin your time.
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