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Old 09-02-2011, 12:07 PM   #1
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i have the basic bolt ons on my 01 camaro (ls1), cammed ls,2 heads....next step is to look at a biger intake manifold and throttle body but fast stopped making the 92mm and only sell the 102.. but is 102 to big? and i've heard bad reviews on the 102 sence u have to change your water pump and new fuel lines and injecters... besides fast whats a good intake manifold to get with my mods?
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I'd stick with the ls6 intake you have on now IMO
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Old 09-02-2011, 01:10 PM   #3
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the stock intake is the ls6 intake? if so would a bigger throttle body do anything better
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Yes your car has the LS6 intake stock. I was a 0331 with Kilo 3/5 from 2002 to 2006, Semper Fi.
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thanks!! , 3/4 India, 2008 to present gettin out here in about 4 months, semper fi!!
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Yeah 29 Palms is a **** hole. I lived in Apple Valley for awhile, and rapidly got sick of the High Desert.
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yeah been here for over 3 1/2 years, its a **** hole and the camaro doesnt like the hot summers
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Just clear some misconceptions on the 102, stock water pump is fine but some grinding on a corner is needed if using a NW102 tb, stock injectors work depending what fuel rail kit you buy. Too big depends on many factors, cam size, heads, rpm redline, power curve, maf scales. Still, for most stock cube setups a LS6-92mm work great. Just have to look for a FAST 90 or 92 for salemused but theyre out there.
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Just clear some misconceptions on the 102, stock water pump is fine but some grinding on a corner is needed if using a NW102 tb, stock injectors work depending what fuel rail kit you buy. Too big depends on many factors, cam size, heads, rpm redline, power curve, maf scales. Still, for most stock cube setups a LS6-92mm work great. Just have to look for a FAST 90 or 92 for salemused but theyre out there.
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