Thanks.. ill check out lloyds as well. Yeah i kmow a tune and stall are a must.
definitely, loyd sells great packages for awesome prices, he offers different kinds of them, from stage 1 to 3, hes numbers advertised are very accurate, they will all depend on your engines condition. check his site, you might find whatever your looking for
its always better to go with a custom grind cam than with an off the shelf if your thinking performance specially if your running a 150 shot since you can have a N20 grind for it
plus I believe you can send over your heads and pay for the work done on them as well as your manifold and tb.
you can always run with stock stall even though some cams require higher stall due to hesitation in idle speed. lt1īs love stall thats for sure....
tune Its definitely a must! even if you run with your stock setup. just by adding long tubes there has to be a tune to run properly the air fuel ratio mixture due to the extensions from the o2 sensors and obviously the travel speed with the fuel mixture and so. ive seen cars gain up to 30whp completely stock just with the tune.
as I can see your building a 97 lt1 am I wrong? do you still run cats with it? cause if your not running cats you are probably having an SES light unless you have 02 simulators. with the tune you can have this readings cleared out, as well as the EGR and many other stuff in there, since your running N20 you will benefit a lot from the tune! definitely....
Camaro from Guatemala
1996 Camaro Z28 forged 385 A4-, match ported heads and manifold with 3 angle valve job, 52mm custom ported tb, cc503 cam, 1.6 ratio rockers, dual spring valves, lt1 edit, pacesetter long tubes, 3.73 gears, t/a push button, tb bypass, 2.5" true dual exhaust with H, 3k TC, ls1 home made intake, and going in a simple diet
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