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Patrick G torque monster cam

This is a discussion on Patrick G torque monster cam within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I found this on LS1 tech, while searching for the rite cam. http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=481382 I know this cam has probably been ...

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    Patrick G torque monster cam

    I found this on LS1 tech, while searching for the rite cam.

    http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=481382

    I know this cam has probably been in threads on here, but neways its a 224/228 .637/.639 110LSA. It makes crazy torque numbers, so what do you guys think about it?

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    I like it alot!!!
    That's a bad MOFO!! but def no sleeper and gonna beat the hell outa some valve springs on a DD

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    110lsa? bet that thing is lopey as hell. if you have to pass a sniffer test in NC I'd stay away from it though

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark21742 View Post
    110lsa? bet that thing is lopey as hell. if you have to pass a sniffer test in NC I'd stay away from it though
    I dont have to worry about it, but I am rely thinking about this option. Patrick states that is has very good steet manners.

    I wish I could have found a good sound clip on it. If anyone has a clip please post it up.

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    look on Patric's home page , sound clip

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    You should get that cam. If I find it next time I get on tech I'm gonna buy it

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    Quote Originally Posted by dozerdan View Post
    You should get that cam. If I find it next time I get on tech I'm gonna buy it
    It make great numbers under the curve which is what I want more than upper rpms.

    You guys think this cam has to much lift for the stock heads, even if I upgrade the springs, pushrods etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6ICK2K View Post
    It make great numbers under the curve which is what I want more than upper rpms.

    You guys think this cam has to much lift for the stock heads, even if I upgrade the springs, pushrods etc?
    you could use the stock heads, but it would choke out and you wouldn't see the full potential of the cam....but it would work till you got new heads

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    I am sure it is an a$$kicker. PG really knows his stuff. Two things to consider... that is a pretty high lift for a DD and LSK are high intensity lobes so spring checks/changes should be fairly frequent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SOMbitch View Post
    I am sure it is an a$$kicker. PG really knows his stuff. Two things to consider... that is a pretty high lift for a DD and LSK are high intensity lobes so spring checks/changes should be fairly frequent.
    I would love to get this cam, but I dont want to worry about valve springs all the time.

    Where in NC all u from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6ICK2K View Post
    I would love to get this cam, but I dont want to worry about valve springs all the time.

    Where in NC all u from?
    Used to be right around the corner from you when I lived near Goldston. Now I live in Kinston. Trying to work my way to the beach or Intracoastal waterway somewhere. I still go up there to deer hunt with some buddies so I will be up your way for a few days before the rut goes out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SOMbitch View Post
    Used to be right around the corner from you when I lived near Goldston. Now I live in Kinston. Trying to work my way to the beach or Intracoastal waterway somewhere. I still go up there to deer hunt with some buddies so I will be up your way for a few days before the rut goes out.
    O ok small world, I went to high school at chatham central. Alot of my buddies are from Goldston. They have a good car shows up there sometimes. There's a WS6 with a LS7 in it hanging around there somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6ICK2K View Post
    O ok small world, I went to high school at chatham central. Alot of my buddies are from Goldston. They have a good car shows up there sometimes. There's a WS6 with a LS7 in it hanging around there somewhere.
    Cool. Never saw the WS6 LS7 but i have been gone since 01.

    Can you still get a good greasy cheeseburger from Rufus's Reataurant in Goldston?

    If you know where the House in the Horseshoe is I lived at that farm. Killer deer hunting there

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6ICK2K View Post
    It make great numbers under the curve which is what I want more than upper rpms.

    You guys think this cam has to much lift for the stock heads, even if I upgrade the springs, pushrods etc?
    this thread tells all about that cam
    http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/genera...am-change.html
    2007 RCSB 5.3L

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    Quote Originally Posted by SOMbitch View Post
    Cool. Never saw the WS6 LS7 but i have been gone since 01.

    Can you still get a good greasy cheeseburger from Rufus's Reataurant in Goldston?

    If you know where the House in the Horseshoe is I lived at that farm. Killer deer hunting there
    Oh yea u can still get those good ass cheeseburgers at Rufus's'. Im not to familiar where u lived at but there is very good huntin up there. Ive proally walked rite by u at car shows lol.
    Last edited by WS6ICK2K; 11-13-2008 at 05:26 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dozerdan View Post
    this thread tells all about that cam
    http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/genera...am-change.html
    Appreciate the help but that is the same link to ls1 tech as the one I posted in the beginning.

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    Oh my bad lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by dozerdan View Post
    Oh my bad lol
    Your fine man, appreciate u trying to help.

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    how much does a cam like that cost

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    Quote Originally Posted by twoolley08 View Post
    how much does a cam like that cost

    Just go to comp cams website and look up the lobe numbers and order direct or call a vendor. Ususlly in the the $389 range either way. A custom grind costs no more than a shelf grind.

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