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Old 04-26-2012, 06:34 PM   #1
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Hey guys im building a lq9 with stock bottom end with ls3 heads and ls3 intake 42lb injectors with a g5x2 cam. Ive been told not to use this cam and ive been told to use it the cam what do you guys think?
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.595/.608 232/240 on a 112 LSA,

I think it'll perform well, although LS3 heads tend to like a 12* split.
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School me on this what's a 12* and the cam I have is on a 110lsa
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well put it this way i have a nitrous cam for L92 heads in a big motor and its 25x/27x

most 6.0s i have seen use close to a 12* like stated above like 235/247 232/244 etc 12*
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Oh I understand now thanks guys
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