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Old 06-09-2012, 09:23 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me if anyone makes a new timing coverfor the double roller timings set??? What is everyone running if u have a double roller

For my 2010 camaro ss ls3 has a code PO341 so I'm thinking the sensor is to close
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Comp Cams is due to come out with their new front cover this week. It allows for double rollers and high volume pumps without modification.
http://www.jegs.com/i/Comp-Cams/249/5496/10002/-1
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I dont have an issue with mine. Get out the dremel.
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They machined my front cover. I'm sure the comp one will be over priced compared to using a dremel on it
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hmm wonder how those new rocker arms will work on a ls1 engine.. i know off topic sorry.
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They machined my front cover. I'm sure the comp one will be over priced compared to using a dremel on it
Depends what your looking for.
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I'm sure this would be considered gen 5.... Might get more help there
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Well its for all ls engine's, It has the sensor part built in for DoD but will still work for a ls1,2,lq4/9 and so on that's what I got from the video
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also depends if OP is keeping the dod or deletes it.
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Or if you want to use a timing pointer and external crank trigger in which it has provisions for, as well as being 2 piece.......
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