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Old 05-06-2005, 06:41 AM   #1
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Default New Prc 5.3 -2.5's/torquer Cam!!!

we just got the car put togther, and needless to say we where impressed!!!
the car is an 01' ws6 m6...
-new tsp prc 5.3 stg 2.5's
-torquer cam .589/.589
-pasesetter LT's/tsp y-pipe/loudmouth


DYNORUN1=MAX POWER-439.3 RWHP/411 RWTQ

not to bad for truck heads and a "small" cam.graph on the way!

BTW-the car has sock block w/80k/10-bolt-3.42's.
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we just got the car put togther, and needless to say we where impressed!!!
the car is an 01' ws6 m6...
-new tsp prc 5.3 stg 2.5's
-torquer cam .589/.589
-pasesetter LT's/tsp y-pipe/loudmouth


DYNORUN1=MAX POWER-439.3 RWHP/411 RWTQ

not to bad for truck heads and a "small" cam.graph on the way!

BTW-the car has sock block w/80k/10-bolt-3.42's.
Congrats!!!


Are these numbers SAE? Would you post a dynograph???

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Old 05-06-2005, 07:56 AM   #3
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Nice #'s. Is that the 225/0.589 cam?
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Old 05-06-2005, 09:10 AM   #4
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Congrats!Nice numbers.
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Old 05-06-2005, 09:29 AM   #5
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I really want to see the graph.
I like to see torque over 400.
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233/233 isnt exactly a "small cam" but nice numbers none the less
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Nice numbers! So it that the first torquer cam or the tq2 revision? Anxious to see the graph.
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233/233 isnt exactly a "small cam" but nice numbers none the less
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Dont you just love the extra "inflation" ? lol "small cam.....bs"
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There are 2 torquers a 225/225 589/589 and a 233/233 595/595 so yes the one they used is a small cam.Get your stuff right before you act like a bad ***.
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There are 2 torquers a 225/225 589/589 and a 233/233 595/595 so yes the one they used is a small cam.Get your stuff right before you act like a bad ***.
http://www.texas-speed.com/9802fbody...tFld=9802fbody

there are several versions that they call their "torquer" cams on their site...none of them are under 230 in duration. Also if youve ever heard their 225 cam its lopey as hell with no tuning even in an m6 with the 800 rpm idle...its by no means a small cam IMO just no Trex or majic stick

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http://www.texas-speed.com/9802fbody...tFld=9802fbody

there are several versions that they call their "torquer" cams on their site...none of them are under 230 in duration.
Looks like you got owned huh superz ? TSP Custom Torquer Camshaft 233/233 .589/.589 112 LSA

Yea have a nice day
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Wow my mistake"lilbuddy" .I still wouldnt consider 589 lift a big cam there are plenty of cams 600 plus lift.
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Great results man! These heads are really going to become popular. The great thing is every set is put together with great attention to detail. This helps to insure everyone gets a great head, instead of making a few good heads for the internet & sending junk to the other customers...
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Wow my mistake"lilbuddy" .I still wouldnt consider 589 lift a big cam there are plenty of cams 600 plus lift.
you could have a 220/220 650 650 115 cam and that would be considered small my friend, lift has nothing to do with how big a cam is or how it acts(for the most part ) so again have a nice day
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it is the 233/233 cam, and not i put "SMALL" cam.....
graph will be up soon, trying to figure this out...


thanks jason, yea these heads are awesome, and the cam pulled pretty good, i believe it made peak hp @6400.ill have the graph up soon.

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Awesome numbers!!! Congrats!
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it is the 233/233 cam, and not i put "SMALL" cam.....
graph will be up soon, trying to figure this out...


thanks jason, yea these heads are awesome, and the cam pulled pretty good, i believe it made peak hp @6400.ill have the graph up soon.

thanks.
Sorry to hi-jack earlier was just having a little fun, again fantastic numbers
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Nice numbers man. I have the same cam but no heads. It put down 362hp and 341tq.
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Old 06-28-2005, 10:03 AM   #20
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The 225 camshaft is not the torquer camshaft. The original Torquer was a 233/233, but it has recently been replaced with a 232/234 XER version called the T2

Great results though!!
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