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This is a discussion on tsp 233/239 camshaft within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; hey guys im considering this camshaft and was just wondering if anyone here has one and how do they like ...

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    tsp 233/239 camshaft

    hey guys im considering this camshaft and was just wondering if anyone here has one and how do they like it. does it produce good torque, how is its drivability. i was looking at tthis one or the torquer v2 for my 02 camaro m6. stock heads for now but later upgrading to prc stage 2.5 5.3 L heads later. what do you guys think

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    ive got the torquer and i love it. it is very drivable i semi-dd my car and i couldnt be happier. Cam choice depends on your personal goals for your car. Is it going to be DD'd?
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    no it is not a daily driver, but i want to use it for the street. not really intended for track use just a toy with as much NA streetable power as possible. but i dont want to sacrifice torque. that is why i am looking at the torquer or 233/239 cam, also like i said above i plan on doing a head swap to 5.3 heads for a bump in compression. but i will be running cam only until i can afford the heads.

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    I run this cam, and I like it a lot. It works with my setup really well. The torque could be a little lower rpm's, but with a 4000 stall, it works great. With your 6 speed, I think you would like the 233/239. But to get the full potential out of this cam, you will need heads, and a good exhaust. A tune is a must, and the driveability wil be very liveable, even for dd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hwystar View Post
    I run this cam, and I like it a lot. It works with my setup really well. The torque could be a little lower rpm's, but with a 4000 stall, it works great. With your 6 speed, I think you would like the 233/239. But to get the full potential out of this cam, you will need heads, and a good exhaust. A tune is a must, and the driveability wil be very liveable, even for dd.
    What did you dyno at with it?

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    I have known several guys who ran the TSP 233/239 cam only with great results. PRC 5.3s would make a great addition later on as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetaws6 View Post
    What did you dyno at with it?
    Sorry, no dyno numbers, 330 miles to the nearest one. I also put on a set of Dart pro LS1 heads at the same time. So I can't say how it felt on a cam swap only comparison, from a Comp 224/224-581/581.

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