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This is a discussion on polluter cam within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Good cam?Need opinions?Any and all will help in my decision.02 Ws6 m6,bolt ons done.Thanks guys....

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    Good cam?Need opinions?Any and all will help in my decision.02 Ws6 m6,bolt ons done.Thanks guys.

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    If you put the specs of the cam in this thread more people might respond.

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    It would need a tall gear, at least a 4.10. I'm considering the cam myself. The cam made the top 25 cam only f-body list if I'm not mistaken, so they can clearly yield good track results.

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    24x/24x/112 lsa I believe to be correct.No flycutting from what I read.Stock heads are fine to.

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    buddy of mine is running this in his car and it does very well. it put him over 400hp/tq to the wheels with stock heads and intake.

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    Who makes this cam

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesleyblankenship View Post
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    Tick performance

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    I think I'm deadset on this cam.I am gonna do the trickflow fully cnc heads in the next 6 months when money is available.Tick has this cam as a deluxe kit for 870.00 dollars which includes everything needed for the swap on stock heads including ls6 ported/blueprinted oil pump and ls2 chain....I can't wait!

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    Post up results. I'm leaning towards a g5x3, but I'm curious about a larger cam like this one

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    results

    Results wont be for 1-2 months.I still need gaskets, lifters,and water pump.Am going with mailorder tune from pcmforless and need that too.

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    Understandable. Cam is going to be my next winter project, so as long as its before then... Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by rthackwray View Post
    Results wont be for 1-2 months.I still need gaskets, lifters,and water pump.Am going with mailorder tune from pcmforless and need that too.
    Have you checked out Frost for your mail order tune? He's a sponsor on the site and when it comes to LS1's, he's it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    Have you checked out Frost for your mail order tune? He's a sponsor on the site and when it comes to LS1's, he's it.
    +1 on frost. with a cam, I'd do a dyno tune long before I got a mail order one. Maybe it's just me though.

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    Agree with Derek 100%. I should have commented on that myself. If anything, you can get a mail order to get you up and running and then take it to have it DYNO tuned.

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    anybody have this cam that is street driving alot?

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    Its really only to get her running.I give frost a call for mailorder.I just don't know who to go with in the central texas area.There are a few shops within a 20 mile radius but not sure of their work yet.

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    I drive my car everyday with this cam and I must say its manners are pretty good I couldn't be any happier . No can surge and It has a very crazy pull from 3500 rpms up to redline I recommend it although I will probably get shot for not saying go with a custom grind

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    I have the polluter cam. It's a monster and I wouldn't d/d it. It needs a high stall and gears to make it move. Makes good power but only after 4500

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