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Old 01-13-2011, 04:35 PM
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Hi iīm helping a friend out whith one setup heīs putting together

Camaro SS 2000
4L60E
3.73
3200stall

the motor thatīs going into it is susposed to be a good street/strip car whith NOS. 100-150 shots plate system

LS1 block
lunati pistons -2cc
Scat Crank
Camshaft 228/230 571/573 LSA 114
ETP 215cc heads 62cc
FAST 92mm
90mm TB
1"3/4 headers and Borla

So is this a good Combo?

Cam vs. heads vs. gears and Stall
Does he need a higher stall?


And what pushrods length does he need ?

thanks

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Yes but I would mill the heads to 59cc.
PUSHROD LENGTH WILL HAVE TO BE MEASURED
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Originally Posted by PREDATOR-Z View Post
Yes but I would mill the heads to 59cc.
PUSHROD LENGTH WILL HAVE TO BE MEASURED
CP may not go to high, it has to run on 92 okt gas, on the streets

we donīt have the measureing tools here but we where hoping somebody could tell us the length on this

the gaskets are .051" and LS7 lifters

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STILL NEED TO MEASURE.

Anyone telling you otherwise is BS you.
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Originally Posted by PREDATOR-Z View Post
STILL NEED TO MEASURE.

Anyone telling you otherwise is BS you.
PREDATOR-Z i sent you a PM

he has little used cometic .04" gaskets maby they will be reused to bump the cp to 11.0:1 - 11.1:1

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Baezi,
I took another look and I cannot just take a wild shot.
Contact ETP and ask them what they think. If they tell you that they cannot tell you because the heads are milled. Ask what they would use if unmilled?
Then substract that from amount milled and you would have a better idea. Due to the many variables, you really need to measure.
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Originally Posted by PREDATOR-Z View Post
Baezi,
I took another look and I cannot just take a wild shot.
Contact ETP and ask them what they think. If they tell you that they cannot tell you because the heads are milled. Ask what they would use if unmilled?
Then substract that from amount milled and you would have a better idea. Due to the many variables, you really need to measure.

ok thanks

maby this is easyer

This is the older setup that worked:
the car had .620 lift cam in it
whith the same ETP 215cc 62cc heads
and was 11.1 compression
stock lifters
8.100" pushrods

so question is can he re-use the 8.100" pushrods
Only changes are
now .570" lift cam
LS7 lifters

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Originally Posted by PREDATOR-Z View Post
STILL NEED TO MEASURE.

Anyone telling you otherwise is BS you.
THIS
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the tool to measure push rod length is cheap and can be used over and over.
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Measure.......

I think the converter will be fine since he is gonna spray. If it ran without spray I would lean towards a 4K. A tight 3600 like a Yank may perform well on the 150 hit though.
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Originally Posted by 01ssreda4 View Post
Measure.......

I think the converter will be fine since he is gonna spray. If it ran without spray I would lean towards a 4K. A tight 3600 like a Yank may perform well on the 150 hit though.
X2 Yank said a SS3600 for spray and SS4000 for motor.
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X2 Yank said a SS3600 for spray and SS4000 for motor.
hi guys

Thanks for that.....

what about that cam is this a good Cam he got there , will it work well whith his heads and the rest of his combo
what is possible to get out it threw the A4 ... you guys think ?


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