torquer v 2 cam
This is a discussion on torquer v 2 cam within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; alright guys,, i m going with the torquer v 2 cam with 112 lsa on my ls1 m6. right now ...
01-30-2010, 06:47 AM #1
torquer v 2 cam
alright guys,, i m going with the torquer v 2 cam with 112 lsa on my ls1 m6. right now i have stock everything but i do have some pacesetter lt's with custom exhaust work. i need some help with the other parts like which oil pump should i get , timing chain, valves, springs, pushrods? also i think im going to go with the fast 92 92 setup,, do i need to do injectors as well
01-30-2010, 07:14 AM #2
I've asked a few questions about this and I'm thinking about going with the same cam for my car and for oil pump I'm going with the melling 10295, I think that's the number, or you could go with a ported ls6 oil pump too. A ls2 timing chain will do good and for pushrods I have trickflow hardened pushrods. As for springs I'm not sure which ones I'm going with yet. And I don't think you have to do valves? And yea you'll wanna do injectors as well and I think its ford red tops 42's? Hi-po will give the correct name for the injectors in a bit here
01-30-2010, 07:19 AM #3
do you think double springs will be good, and tit. retainers? the lift on that cam is like .596 i think so which rods should you go with? Also im staying with my stock heads for now, maybe some bigger ones later, so will everything be okay there
01-30-2010, 08:55 AM #4
Titanium retainers are nice, but very expensive for little performance gain. Overkill IMO for that cam. Others may disagree on this.
Any hardened pushrods will be fine. A ported Ls6 pump works great.
You will be approaching the limits of stock injectors, so not a bad idea to upgrade, but also may not be absolutely necessary.
Good luck on the build!
01-30-2010, 11:09 AM #5
Stock valves unless your doing head work.
Springs - 26918 COMP's or PAC
Oil pump - ported LS6 or Melling
The COMP pushrods are a nice piece.
If you can swing it, any valve train lightening is always beneficial to smooth power and cutting early valve float. Not required though with what your going after IMO.
Fuel injectors - I run the Ford Green Tops. They are 42# at 43.5 rail pressure. 36# will work fine.
Use these websites to find out what injector size is needed for your power applications. http://www.fuelinjectorconnection.co...widercalc.html
If you can afford it, get that FAST ported. It will make a nice power increase. It can be done yourself if you have a little know-how. I can PM you a link to porting it yourself. It might help.
Last edited by Hi-Po; 01-30-2010 at 11:11 AM.370 CI - Twin 6766 Turbo - Jakes stage 5 4L80E - MWC 9" - Holley Dominator
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02-05-2010, 09:24 AM #6
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i agree with this. although i disagree on the injector issue. im runnin the v2 with full bolt ons and wasnt anywhere near close to maxing out the injectors. mines an 02'. I ran comp 918s as well. Been runnin like this for a year now, beating the hell outta that car with no issues whatsoever
02-09-2010, 09:38 PM #7
I wouldn't take any chances with comp 918 springs. Even the revised springs are breaking on cars and ruining motors. Dual springs here with my tv2 cam.
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02-12-2010, 05:05 AM #10
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02-12-2010, 05:34 PM #11
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check TSP for a cam kit.$600-$700 for cam,springs,push rods.$90 for a good timing chain. PAC 1518 springs will work,tit retainers are over kill.LS6 intake and a BBK 85 mm combo will make 5-10 hp less than the fast 92mm combo.the fast combo is grate if you go to bigger cube motor later.
02-13-2010, 05:47 AM #12
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Patriot Dual 'Gold' Xtreme Springs
Same great quality as the Original Patriot Gold springs. Max lift .660", seat pressure 155 lbs., 410 lbs. open @ height of 1.140". Set up for a drop-in application, no machining required. Will work with aggressive LSK lobe camshafts, includes titanium retainers, Super 7 Locks, machined bases, and viton seals. Recommended installed height 1.800".
Also get a ported ls6 oil pump and a ls2 timing chain2000 nhra edition formula
a few bolt ons, 379 rwhp
02-13-2010, 09:32 AM #13
i have the same cam and got the kit from tsp but hit up ky speed and he may get you a better deal. i got the duel springs just to make sure with the ti parts as well and a hole new timing set from them that was like $80 or so. ported ls6 oil pump works good and with thet set up you shoud be good with stock injectors. i would look at a ud pully as it will be off any way.
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