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This is a discussion on Tr227 within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I can't really find a lot of information on this cam, how much power can it make with full bolts ...

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    Tr227

    I can't really find a lot of information on this cam, how much power can it make with full bolts on? And how would you see it with TEA's 5.3 stage 1.5?

    thanks

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    Anyone?

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    whats the full specs??
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    a few bolt ons, 379 rwhp
    11.96 @113.25

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    ops,

    227/224 .569/.563 114 LSA "reverse split"

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    im just wondering, why a reverse split??

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula
    im just wondering, why a reverse split??
    why not? (not being an asshole, just asking )

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    Quote Originally Posted by EatBugsFast
    why not? (not being an asshole, just asking )
    its not a popular choice.
    anyways, with those heads, youll make ill guess about 410 to the rear whells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula
    its not a popular choice.
    anyways, with those heads, youll make ill guess about 410 to the rear whells.
    why is it not popular? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by EatBugsFast
    why is it not popular? thanks
    not many peeps use reverse splits.
    most are like me and use a single pattern cam

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula
    not many peeps use reverse splits.
    most are like me and use a single pattern cam
    would I get more power with a TR224/224-114?
    Last edited by EatBugsFast; 10-15-2005 at 06:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EatBugsFast
    would I get more power with a TR224/224-114?
    i wouldnt bet on more power from the 224.
    is youre car a daily driver? stick or auto?
    if its an auto, you need to be stalled and i wouldnt go much bigger than a 224 if its a daily driver.
    as for a six speed, i wouldnt go much more than a 228/228 if its a daily driver.
    i have the 224/ 224 581/581 114 lsa cam.
    its full bolt on minus a ported t/b and pullies. i made 379 rwhp on a hot day.
    above is my opinion, some guys may tell you to go bigger.
    now if its just a weekend car, you have plenty of choices for a cam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula
    i wouldnt bet on more power from the 224.
    is youre car a daily driver? stick or auto?
    if its an auto, you need to be stalled and i wouldnt go much bigger than a 224 if its a daily driver.
    as for a six speed, i wouldnt go much more than a 228/228 if its a daily driver.
    i have the 224/ 224 581/581 114 lsa cam.
    its full bolt on minus a ported t/b and pullies. i made 379 rwhp on a hot day.
    above is my opinion, some guys may tell you to go bigger.
    now if its just a weekend car, you have plenty of choices for a cam.
    yes it's just a weekend car, and yes it is a M6. I think I'll go just with the cam (no heads) because I want to save some money for koni's. I don't want to go too big with the cam because i want it streetable..

    I've read that reverse split cam need an exhaust setup that flows well, would I be fine with pacesetters, catted Y pipe, and slp dual dual catback?

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    youll need a full exhaust, reverse split or not.
    i have pacesetters, off road pipe that goes into a hooker exhaust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula
    youll need a full exhaust, reverse split or not.
    i have pacesetters, off road pipe that goes into a hooker exhaust.
    what do you mean by full exhaust? I'm going with Lt's, catted y pipe and the slp dual catback..

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    Go with what I did. 232/234 595/598 112 LSA. Not bad on the street and sounds mean as hell. You get all the looks and people can't believe that the sound is coming from a late model.
    3 inch Chambered Catback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by big d's ss
    Go with what I did. 232/234 595/598 112 LSA. Not bad on the street and sounds mean as hell. You get all the looks and people can't believe that the sound is coming from a late model.
    well thanks but I don't want to make it sound too mean, the car will be driven in italy so I'll get the looks anyway

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    I can imagine you would get the looks over there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by big d's ss
    I can imagine you would get the looks over there.
    I can't wait...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EatBugsFast
    what do you mean by full exhaust? I'm going with Lt's, catted y pipe and the slp dual catback..
    LTs, y pipe and exhaust, just like youre doing

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula
    LTs, y pipe and exhaust, just like youre doing
    cool thanks again

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