Generation IV Internal Engine - 408 ta street car




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towerhand
07-07-2012, 03:06 PM
ok guys fisten to get ready to build my 408 to put in my 02 ws6 m6 ta. Just wondering on a few items, first of all i have a set of fully cnc l92 heads from prc, aset of diamond flat tops, comp 620, 624 lift cam, callies crank, callies h beam rods, fast lsxr 102mm intake. Any suggestions on what harmonic balancer i should purchase also what is the best clutch, compression plate and flywheel to run, keep in mind this is a street car but only a weekend driver and will be keeping my hvac and other components. Also i need suggestions on oil pump, lifters, and timing chain set, as well as rocker arms.:confused::confused:


xdanny510x
07-08-2012, 11:27 AM
Im using a ls6 ported oil pump on.my 408....and stock.rockers with my l92 set up

batboy
07-08-2012, 06:07 PM
also what is the best clutch, compression plate and flywheel to run

It's a pressure plate, not compression plate. Best, in my opinion are Monster Clutches.


towerhand
07-08-2012, 06:11 PM
It's a pressure plate, not compression plate. Best, in my opinion are Monster Clutches.

your opinion is all i asked for

McAllister513
07-09-2012, 10:54 PM
Some people are dicks on here man just ignore them.

I would go with a ported ls6 oil pump, LS7 lifters, ls2 timing chain with dampner, and go with stock rockers with Comp Trunion upgrade. Check out some of the forum vendors. They can be a great help.

SmokedOutZ28
07-13-2012, 09:21 PM
What I run on my L92 headed 402 I am using LS7 lifters turning 7300 rpm, Using a melling HV/Ported Oil pump usually 50psi Hot and 65psi on cold start up @ idle. I'm also using a ATI balancer.

I have been daily driving my car for the last month (Usually a weekend car only) with a Mcleod twin disk Rxt Clutch with no issue would highly recommend it for both handling alot of power and driving every day.

WheelsUp84z
07-13-2012, 09:39 PM
Smoked out is pretty much running the same stuff as I am. Meling HV pump, and the Mcleod RXT twin disk with their billet steel flywheel. I was using the ASP underdrive pulley on mine.