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Timing chain help.

This is a discussion on Timing chain help. within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; OK here is the deal. I changed my cam out about a year ago. I also changed out my timing ...

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    Timing chain help.

    OK here is the deal. I changed my cam out about a year ago. I also changed out my timing chain to a LS2 chain. I am now upgrading my cam, heads, intake, maf and throttle body to the 90/90 set up. The question I have is what timing set should I go with this time. I want to change out the gears and chain this time.Should I go with stock gears and get a LS2 timing chain again or is there something better I need to go with. Give me your help if you can. Links to product that you recommend would be great.

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    you should be just fine getting another ls2 chain if you just feel that the one you have has already started to stretch on you. You really shouldnt need new sprockets unless you go with a double roller setup or want an adjustable setup. There are definatly some better than the LS2 but it involves more work and money. check the other timing chain thread..

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    Another option is the Katech (JWIS) chain, which is a single chain that will fit the stock sprockets. It's the one the C5R ran and Katech stated they never had a timing chain break in any racing with it. It is more money though.

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