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Use non DOD lifters on DOD cam? Stand alone application

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Old 04-11-2012, 03:44 PM   #1
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Default Use non DOD lifters on DOD cam? Stand alone application

Application: 65 Corvair-Porsche 997 trans, LS4 engine. I have the stock ecu reprogrammed to not run DOD, non smog tune, automatic trans deleted. I'll be adding an ls2 intake, and headers.

According to this:
LS4 cam specs

I'll be getting a lift variation of .008" from the non DOD to DOD cams.

With the stock baseline of 303hp, plus the power adders, I'll be on target of how much HP I want to run. So ideally I'd like to stick to this cam.

If I ran stock lifters on the DOD lobes, do you think I'd notice that much of a difference? I understand a stock ECM will throw a code, but under the circumstances would it matter for me? I'm just really not a fan of those DOD lifters.
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Old 04-11-2012, 06:15 PM   #2
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Im not positive, but i dont think you can mix and match dod parts. Ive at least not heard of anything like that with the g8 crowd
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Old 04-11-2012, 06:15 PM
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