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    New Cam Install

    Hey guys, just did a new cam install this past weekend. Specs are below, we also put some other goodies on as well. Were waiting on the stall converter so we can get it up to the dyno but we had to start it. haha. let me know what you guys think.

    Vengeance VRX5 Cam
    .601 .608 Lift
    236 238 Duration
    113 LSA

    Ported LS6 Intake Manifold
    Ported and Polished Throttle Body
    New pushrods, valve springs, double roller timing chain, high volume oil pump, tranny cooler, AC removal, Front swaybar removal.


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    I just did the baby version of that cam the VRX3 gained around 40 RWHP and I am extremely happy with the results. I would think that cam will really run well in the higher RPMs. Best of luck on the dyno.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laytonium View Post
    Hey guys, just did a new cam install this past weekend. Specs are below, we also put some other goodies on as well. Were waiting on the stall converter so we can get it up to the dyno but we had to start it. haha. let me know what you guys think.

    Vengeance VRX5 Cam
    .601 .608 Lift
    236 238 Duration
    113 LSA

    Ported LS6 Intake Manifold
    Ported and Polished Throttle Body
    New pushrods, valve springs, double roller timing chain, high volume oil pump, tranny cooler, AC removal, Front swaybar removal.

    Cam specs look pretty good.
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    DOB manifold, m122 SC, 47lb injectors, gt500 TB, roush TVS CAI, Detroit rocker SC grind camshafts, Mac LTs, off road x, roush off road mufflers, roush short throw shifter, kenne bell BAP, Brenspeed 93 octane tune. 479rwhp 436ftlbs SAE.

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    Thumbs up also just put in a new cam last week

    youre car sounds great i bet you will be over 400 rwhp after it is tuned and on the dyno, good luck. i also installed an ms3 cam and fast intake with the usual pushrods dual springs and 1.7 rockers and just got a dyno tune even though ive got stock exhaust and mainfolds i did remove the cats and installed an ory pipe. anyway horsepower sales in pompano beach florida did my dynotune and the car runs so nice with not a single driveability issue at all. my dyno results are 366.22 torque and 397.11 horses at 6,300 rpm without heads, headers,or aftermarket cat back system and i am very happy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mo gomez View Post
    youre car sounds great i bet you will be over 400 rwhp after it is tuned and on the dyno, good luck. i also installed an ms3 cam and fast intake with the usual pushrods dual springs and 1.7 rockers and just got a dyno tune even though ive got stock exhaust and mainfolds i did remove the cats and installed an ory pipe. anyway horsepower sales in pompano beach florida did my dynotune and the car runs so nice with not a single driveability issue at all. my dyno results are 366.22 torque and 397.11 horses at 6,300 rpm without heads, headers,or aftermarket cat back system and i am very happy!
    damn, those are some nice numbers! yeah i cant wait to see what numbers i can get.

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    wow sounds sick for sure!

    I am going for a 228 cam I think.
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    Sounds good !

    Looking forward to the dyno results.

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