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Old 12-12-2009, 08:42 PM   #1
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Default 6.0 w/ LS3 heads and Vengeance Racing Cam

Has anyone else used the Vengeance Racing Stage II LS3 Cam 227/239 with their LS3 head/intake swap on a 6.0??? The reason I ask is because I would like to know what kind of power they are making... as I will not be able to install/dyno my engine until after I get back from deployment...Thanks
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Old 12-13-2009, 01:31 AM   #2
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Or if anyone has the Vengeance 223/231 cam, I am currious to see what it does too.
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Old 12-19-2009, 04:19 AM   #3
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Pat G got 460 with the 223/231
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I have the same question about 6.0 with LS3 heads and 227/239 cam with 0.020 milled heads.

Anyone?
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I used the VR's LSL 231/239 cam on my LS2 404 stroker . . . it had LS3 heads. I ran 503/481 with a .390 rear end. Before going with a set cam from Vengeance, I would get with Ron and provide him with your goals, LS3 head specs, and flow numbers so he can ensure that the cam's intake and exhaust duration match up with your goals and flow. He's damn good at hooking you up with the what you want to see. Two different builds and I've been very happy.
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Am also interested in the 227/239. Forced Induction it seems to do well. Made 612 with a procharger, dunno what kind of boost they were running though.
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I have a 6.0 w/ LS3 heads, my cam is 227/235 113+4 LSL lobes (comp 54-458-11)

It made 467/411 to the wheels a while ago.

I've been talking with Darin Morgan from Reher Morrison Racing Engines (Pro Stock Builders) and he reccomended me a 231/243 113+4 LSL cam.

I believe Vengance has a cam similar to that one too, but on a 115 LSA.
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i have a 230/244/598/612/114lsa
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I have a 6.0 w/ LS3 heads, my cam is 227/235 113+4 LSL lobes (comp 54-458-11)

It made 467/411 to the wheels a while ago.

I've been talking with Darin Morgan from Reher Morrison Racing Engines (Pro Stock Builders) and he reccomended me a 231/243 113+4 LSL cam.

I believe Vengance has a cam similar to that one too, but on a 115 LSA.
That duration is really similar to what Geoff speced out for my 6.0/LS3 motor..
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Just dynoed my 6.0/L92 headed S10 w/ Vengeance racing 238/250 cam and hit 485/425 in a 115 degree shop.
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^^^That's awesome!!! I haven't dynoed mine yet but it screams like a DEMON!!!! Once I get the traction issues worked out I'll go better than a 7.98ET spinning the whole way ...I should be able to get LOW 7s with the traction figured out..My 227/239 115+3 cam puts a big *** smile on my face everyday and it gets looks from everybody screaming down the road...haha
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