This is a discussion on Lobe Sep. within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Dude do you even know who the hell Katech is? They build the race motors for the C6R program. They ...
01-19-2007, 11:40 AM #21
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Dude do you even know who the hell Katech is? They build the race motors for the C6R program. They do GM's R&D work. They are one of the mopst respected engine builders in the WORLD.http://www.katechengines.com/katech_inc/
By the way COMP, CRANE, and LUNATI don't offer a shelf stock LS7 replacement cam yet.
Katech and LG's LS1 cams both come in LSA's 110-114.
01-19-2007, 04:15 PM #22
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Come on guys, this is hardly worth arguing over. Symmetry is the most important thing when determining cam specifications. Quoting cam specs from various vendors is honestly irrelevant, as people have different engine configurations, and what works well for one setup, might not for another. There always has to be a happy medium....
As for the LS7, yes, the stock cam's LSA is pretty "tame" when compared to some of the more aggressive grinds that are out there, but you have to take into consideration it's stock cubic inch displacement (as well as stock head flow). More cubes obviously means more torque, and more torque means much more pulling power....
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