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Old 12-18-2003, 08:26 PM   #1
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what are the specs on a zo6 cam? I have seen a couple in the parts for sale section. What kind of rwhp can I expect with stock heads? thanks
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You won't gain as much as you would with an aftermarket cam, but if you buy a used one it will definitely be excellent bang for your buck.
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Old 12-18-2003, 08:50 PM   #3
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what year; the 01's are different then the 02+.

01: 204/216 .525/.525

02+: 204/218 .551/.547 117.5 lsa

you'll mostly see more power in the top end 4k+. i say you get a better exhuast setup and look into another cam.
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And it is covered under warranty too
Then again my friend has the X1 cam and the dealer has no clue....he just raises the idle to 1,200 before he takes it in.
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I could see someone gaining 15 RWHP with the LS6 cam...if you want a good all around cam you should look at the TR(thunder racing)224. Good Luck

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thanks for the help
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Unless you can get the cam for around $100 then it isn't worth the money nor the time to put it in.....trust me.......save for a better cam, you can see gains around 15-20whp on certain set ups, and more on some.
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