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Thunder Racing TR224 .563 114 or TR224/227 .563/.569 114

This is a discussion on Thunder Racing TR224 .563 114 or TR224/227 .563/.569 114 within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; hi i have stock ls1 with A4 trany and stock converter... the car is my DD car i go to ...

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    Thunder Racing TR224 .563 114 or TR224/227 .563/.569 114

    i have stock ls1 with A4 trany and stock converter...
    the car is my DD car i go to work with it..
    please let me chose wich cam i should go with, by the way i dont want to chainge the converter...
    the cam are
    "TR 224-114" - 224/224 .563/.563 114 LSA 1700-6600 RPM power band....

    "Split Pattern" - 224/227 .563/.569 114 LSA 2200-6800 RPM power band..

    form Thunder Racing.....

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    Veteran Blackbird WS6's Avatar
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    i prefer the 228 cam

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    Just a slow Camaro KING Z28 HAWK's Avatar
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    They are going to feel like basically the same cam the split just might make a tad bit more on the top end and carry out just a tad longer. However everyone is going to tell you that you need to do stall first. I'm not its your car do with it as you please. But why don't you want to add a stall?

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    do a're gonna dislike driving a cammed car on the stock stall very much. If anything do the stall and not the cam.

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    Take the advice, do a stall first or pick a much milder camshaft.

    Those cams will have a slight chop at idle, and with a stock stall the car will try to push through the brakes, act like it struggles to idle, poor vacuum etc....
    It really makes for an unpleasant car to drive around town. You can fiddle with the tune to make it idle smoother, richen the idle, dial in more idle advance to help smooth things, and even install the cam advanced to help smooth the idle.

    In the end this is all just a bandaid fix for whats really needed,,,,,a looser converter. Not to mention the LS1 is a bit high strung anyway even with the stock cam.

    What's up with all these posts lately of people wanting camshafts and no stall converter???

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    2001 T/A VERT.

    I agree w/the above!! ls1 car w/a stock cam & aftermarket converter will usualy be faster than an ls1 car w/aftermarket cam & stock converter!

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