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Old 10-28-2005, 12:58 PM   #1
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im thinking of heads, cam, exaust, intake, 150 shot, and 3.73 gear. i was thinking 3200 or 3500 but i cant make up my mine can anyone help?
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Didn't know that existed....pretty cool. I guess I went pretty mild on my C5, but drivability and tightness is important to me as I do not strip race the car. My mods are cleaned-up 2003 Z06 heads w/new Lingenfelter springs, 216/220 XR269HR Comp Cam, LS6 intake manifold, LS6 injectors, Dynatech longtube headers w/high flow cats and x-pipe, GHL Bullets, Blackwing, screenless MAF and full LS1Edit dynotune.
I ordered a SS3200 and am going to install a ported throttle body at the same time. I figure the ported throttle body will give me improved throttle response which will translate to a perception of even less loosness. I am hoping for near stock easy-throttle drivability and a hell of a hit when I floor it, plus significant shift extension. The car is pretty loud and I do not want to have to rev to get it going.
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im thinking of heads, cam, exaust, intake, 150 shot, and 3.73 gear. i was thinking 3200 or 3500 but i cant make up my mine can anyone help?
It really depends on what your goals are for the car? Want a bad *** strip car? Go 4000! I would recommend 3600 or higher. I have the STYank 4000 in my car and I drive it every day!
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