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How is this cam choice?

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    How is this cam choice?

    One for sale on LS1 Tech I plan to do heads at some point ( next winter maybe) I'm just bolt on's now.

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    Texas Speed Torquer v.2 Camshaft
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    25-Torquer v.2

    The Texas Speed Torquer 2 232/234 .595/.598 112' of Lobe Seperation.

    This camshaft features Comp Cams XER lobes! The XER lobes have been proven to make big horsepower & torque thanks to their aggressive ramp rates & healthy lift.

    1800-6400 RPM Power Band; This is an excellent performance camshaft with a smooth idle! Custom tuning for automatic cars required

    This camshaft typically gains approximately 45-50rwhp!

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    thats the cam I want to get im interested too in what people say about it. I herd a sound clip of it on youtube sound bad ass.

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    Forgot to post my mods.

    Pacesetter long tube headers Cat back exhaust that's somewhat like factory. but have a dynomax muffler (not sure what is on the car) but cat's have been deleted.
    Voland cold air, Bellows Ported & POlished TB, will be upgrading to a Fast 90/90 or the new weiand when it comes out that will be a late summer early fall mod for me hopefully. and i'm hoping/thinking about a fridanza fly wheel.

    Car is an M6 will be mostly drag racing and some solo autocross

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    if i was to upgrade from my 224 i would get that cam.
    2000 nhra edition formula
    a few bolt ons, 379 rwhp
    11.96 @113.25

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    The Torquer 2 is a great choice for someone looking for good power throughout the band. On a 112 LSA, it will have a nice little chop in the idle, however it should still have good street manners with the right tune. If I were to upgrade my TFS cam, I would more than likely go with the T.2 or a Vengeance Racing VRX4.
    2002 Camaro SS M6, 2.5 PRC 5.3L heads, TFS 228/230 cam, FAST 92, bolt ons + a 10 lb bottle in the back.


    1989 Corvette L98, A4, Full bolt ons, etc.

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    83 Z28 new project
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    I have that cam and love it. Good street manners with a GOOD tune, also makes good power.
    TSP Torquer V2 cam, ported heads,fast 90/90 combo, LT's, 3400 stall, magnaflow CB, most other bolt ons, full suspension, t-top and HID conversion

    422 RWHP, 384TQ

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