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Here's mine currently. I wouldn't say it's crazy loud but I also wouldn't say it's as quiet as stock that's for sure. Is yours that much quieter than mine Troy?


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Yes Troys is quieter. His is impressively quiet for a .600+ lift cam. I'm sure he'll post a video.

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^ Its hard to tell from the video. I just listened to a video of mine and it sounds similiar. They both sound pretty quiet to me. No real noticeable sewing machine tones at all. I will upload my video later on.
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Here's mine currently. I wouldn't say it's crazy loud but I also wouldn't say it's as quiet as stock that's for sure. Is yours that much quieter than mine Troy?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfXTHRUeaIY
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based on the title id say this is the best place to ask this question, im also looking to get a good cam possibly without having to do DOD delete and with retaining the stock stall, basically i want some more power but dont have time to pull the heads etc. all efforts to contact who i thought were the right people have been ignored, or at least i havent gotten a response. also had a tuning question which is related to the cam swap, once the new cam is in, if im going to tune out the DOD/AFM anyway would it make a difference if i didnt get a DOD cam? im extremely familiar with cars and engines etc but never had to deal with modding something that has AFM type setup. any info could help or some contact info...something, please? thanks in advance

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PB with blower@7.5#s-11.7@124 1.8 60 Ft
PB with blower@12#s-10.9@127 1.62 60Ft still stock converter and trans!
+built trans/ZL1 converter-10.63@130.97 1.58 60 Ft
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Sub'd.. I wanna do a cam as well but I still don't know if I wanna do the stall or not..still new to the whole engine modding

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Mine sounds this quiet now with my new cam and longer pushrods.

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based on the title id say this is the best place to ask this question, im also looking to get a good cam possibly without having to do DOD delete and with retaining the stock stall, basically i want some more power but dont have time to pull the heads etc. all efforts to contact who i thought were the right people have been ignored, or at least i havent gotten a response. also had a tuning question which is related to the cam swap, once the new cam is in, if im going to tune out the DOD/AFM anyway would it make a difference if i didnt get a DOD cam? im extremely familiar with cars and engines etc but never had to deal with modding something that has AFM type setup. any info could help or some contact info...something, please? thanks in advance
If you want to retain DOD but want to cam up, Rick Crawford will be the best person for you to talk to. I know he stays very busy but pm'ing him or emailing him would probably be the best route to take.

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If you want to retain DOD but want to cam up, Rick Crawford will be the best person for you to talk to. I know he stays very busy but pm'ing him or emailing him would probably be the best route to take.
Thanks I have actually gotten in touch with him and just have to decide which route to take im thinking the cam he mentioned and springs, headers tune and modified intake then later when im ready to take the heads off ill do ls3 valves 1.85 rockers and pushrods re tune and voala!!! Fast and loud

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P/B-Cam only 12.14@115 1.9 60 Ft
PB with blower@7.5#s-11.7@124 1.8 60 Ft
PB with blower@12#s-10.9@127 1.62 60Ft still stock converter and trans!
+built trans/ZL1 converter-10.63@130.97 1.58 60 Ft
with cam-431Hp/400Tq
with LSA@7.5#-581Hp/495Tq
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THREAD REVIVAL. bad ass thread


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Browsing this thread myself for a few weeks. I think I want to try a 223/231 myself. For those running one around these specs, how are you liking it? Good for a dd?
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