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Old 05-17-2008, 08:35 AM   #1
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Default ls2 timing chain and gt11 camshaft

I recently rebuilt my engine and installed a new ls2 timing chain as well as a GT11 camshaft with dual valvesprings.

Should I be worried about the ls2 chain breaking? I saw a post on a car that just broke one and wanted to know what you guys think.

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Breaking a timing chain in a LS series engine is very rare .... don't worry about it ... enjoy your car...
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I have installed dozens of GT11 cams with stock LS2 chains and not one issue.
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