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    Alright so this spring i plan on adding headers and an ls6 intake to my 2000 Ws6 it already has a ported tb slp lid smooth bellows and a cat back exhaust. The question i have is should I get a cam and if yes wat cost am i looking at? Also wat increase in performance will i see with a cam and the upgrades im already planning? Keep in mind this is a daily driver.

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    a cam would be real nice add on to your list. depends on the cam you select but headers ls6 intake and a cam would give nice gains

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pony_Eater View Post
    Alright so this spring i plan on adding headers and an ls6 intake to my 2000 Ws6 it already has a ported tb slp lid smooth bellows and a cat back exhaust. The question i have is should I get a cam and if yes wat cost am i looking at? Also wat increase in performance will i see with a cam and the upgrades im already planning? Keep in mind this is a daily driver.
    being in california, ask around on what cam you can get and stay "smog legal".....you might like a 224/224 114lsa

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    Best advice ever given above.

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