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This is a discussion on winter time is cam time. within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by robs98mysticZ i did tsp 228r 112 lsa, tsp hardend chromoly p.r., tsp ported ls6 oil pump, ls2 ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by robs98mysticZ View Post
    i did tsp 228r 112 lsa, tsp hardend chromoly p.r., tsp ported ls6 oil pump, ls2 timing chain, comp 918 springs, ngk tr55 plugs, msd wires, and did the innovate lc1 while i was at it. if your doing heads you might as well freshen up the lifters and trays

    i also have lts ory and cb along with lid

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    Car only has 35000 miles shouldn't it all be fresh still?
    Unless I'm not understanding what you mean.

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    ahh in that case its just up to you...id personally probably go ahead and do it but im a stickler for "while im in there".....the image of my car i posted if you click on it it should redirect you to an idle clip vid...that way you can hear my setup since your looking into the same cam as mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by robs98mysticZ View Post
    ahh in that case its just up to you...id personally probably go ahead and do it but im a stickler for "while im in there".....the image of my car i posted if you click on it it should redirect you to an idle clip vid...that way you can hear my setup since your looking into the same cam as mine
    I did but its not playing on my cell. I have heard the 228 112 LSA run it actually sounds good to my ears though so now Idk.
    Did you keep your intake or go with a fast?

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    i still have the stock ls1 my car is a 98 but i have a fast 92 with 92 tb sitting in my living room waiting for me to throw on...i got a really good deal on the intake manifold bought tb then ls6 valley new steam lines ect...im debating on whether or not im going to buy injectors or not before install. im still on stock 806 heads though

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    Quote Originally Posted by robs98mysticZ View Post
    i still have the stock ls1 my car is a 98 but i have a fast 92 with 92 tb sitting in my living room waiting for me to throw on...i got a really good deal on the intake manifold bought tb then ls6 valley new steam lines ect...im debating on whether or not im going to buy injectors or not before install. im still on stock 806 heads though
    See I hear they quit making the 92mm tb intakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98TransAmWs-6 View Post
    They have started making them again I believe.
    Is it s good set up or something? What does the size increase help out? From 92 to the 102

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    More air flow = more power.
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    ive seen alot of ppl claim that on stock cubes ie 346 that the fast intakes arent that great...more air is going to be better but, the whole power gain vs cost many just stick with the ls6 but if your heads and cam then you get the most out of the fast...fast does make the 92 again and it comes in black. benefit of the 92 is that you can use the stock fuel rail, the 102 requires the use of aftermarket fuel rails ect

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    I prefer the FAST 102 since if I am going to spend that kind of money I would rather get the most out of it. You can use ls2 fuel rails with the FAST 102, I have that on mine now.

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    No plans to swap out the LS6 intake on our car.

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    It's tough justifying 15-20 HP for $1,000+ dollars.

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    Yeah... just did the search for a 92 vs 102 dyno sheets on a stock ls1 not paying for 12 ponies sorry. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    It's tough justifying 15-20 HP for $1,000+ dollars.
    Depends what your goal is. I bought it for future plans as well as current plans. Down the road I plan on building a stroker which would benefit from it as well. Btw kooks headers only add about 20 to 30 hp and are close to 1k and over when you add in the y pipe in. Just saying....but like I said if you want the most power possible without a custom intake FAST is the way to go otherwise stick with the ls6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98TransAmWs-6 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    It's tough justifying 15-20 HP for $1,000+ dollars.
    Depends what your goal is. I bought it for future plans as well as current plans. Down the road I plan on building a stroker which would benefit from it as well. Btw kooks headers only add about 20 to 30 hp and are close to 1k and over when you add in the y pipe in. Just saying....but like I said if you want the most power possible without a custom intake FAST is the way to go otherwise stick with the ls6.
    Yes, they are pricey. They also add value in that they change the exhaust tone of your vehicle. That isn't something you can put a price tag on
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    Quote Originally Posted by 98TransAmWs-6 View Post
    Depends what your goal is. I bought it for future plans as well as current plans. Down the road I plan on building a stroker which would benefit from it as well. Btw kooks headers only add about 20 to 30 hp and are close to 1k and over when you add in the y pipe in. Just saying....but like I said if you want the most power possible without a custom intake FAST is the way to go otherwise stick with the ls6.
    Whats the difference in kooks from the slp ones I have that cost significantly less? or are you talking about the 1and 7/8th headers?

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    Kooks are made from a high-grade stainless steel, mandrel bent for the highest flow possible, and the fitment is excellent. On older versions of the SLP headers, many people that installed them had very poor fitment and ground clearance issues. A lot of people scrapped the collectors on the ground because of how low they sat. This gave the SLP headers a very bad rap in the car scene. Likewise, their MAF caused many people headaches with their car running lean after installment. Plus, SLP claims ridiculous HP increases which are not true of their products. For these reasons, us old-timers tend to steer away from their products all together. They do make a decent air lid and line lock though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    Kooks are made from a high-grade stainless steel, mandrel bent for the highest flow possible, and the fitment is excellent. On older versions of the SLP headers, many people that installed them had very poor fitment and ground clearance issues. A lot of people scrapped the collectors on the ground because of how low they sat. This gave the SLP headers a very bad rap in the car scene. Likewise, their MAF caused many people headaches with their car running lean after installment. Plus, SLP claims ridiculous HP increases which are not true of their products. For these reasons, us old-timers tend to steer away from their products all together. They do make a decent air lid and line lock though.
    Mine must be freaks cause they had no figment issue haven't scraped them yet so Idk.

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    It's the original design, you probably have their newer design.

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    Well to get back on topic what are good oil pump and timing chain for this set up? This will be the last thing I do to the car cam and heads.

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