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Old 07-26-2016, 07:05 PM   #1
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So I have a V1 Tick Performance Polluter cam. I'm wondering what degree should I set the adjustable timing set to? I daily my Camaro but do drive my other two cars as well so Id rather get better power vs drive ability. I have ported/polished 243 heads & plan on spraying 100-150 shot. Don't plan on spraying every race I do but would like to get as much out of this cam as possible. Thanks!
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This is a stock internals LS1?
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This is a stock internals LS1?
Well everyone's got different interpretations of stock internals... So could you be more specific?
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Sorry I meant pistons and rods basically
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Yea stock rod & pistons
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I know that's a pretty big cam, but what are the exact specs? You might not have much wiggle room with it
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Yea definitely a good size... But the specs are 242/244 | .61x”/.61x” | LSA112
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I was told the minimal exceptable clearance for a LS1 was right around .100 exhaust/.080 intake. Not sure how much clearance you'll have with that cam (or if there's any advance built in) but you'll need to measure and go from there
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For sure man! Thanks for the info Ill have to contact Tick Performance & see what all they say..
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