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  • About JakeFusion
    Location
    Pace, FL
    Interests
    Bodybuilding, LSx
    Occupation
    IT Proposal Manager
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    2002 Blk/Blk Trans Am WS6 A4
    TEA Stg 2 LS6 Heads 62cc & LS3 Valves | BTR 227/244 115+5 | Johnson Short-Travel Lifters | Manton 11/32 Pushrods | Straub Bronze Trunions | Cometic .040s | Synergy Oil Pump | Rollmaster Timing Set | ATI UD 10% | Bosch 47lbs & Racetronix Pump | NGK TR6/Firecore50 Wires | FAST LSXR 102/102 TB | FTP 104 Lid | Kooks 1-7/8" Headers, ORY & 3" TSP Catback | FLT Level 6 Trans | FTI 3600 | 3.5" DS | BeCool | BS Street Lites | Nitto NT05R | BMR/Koni/UMI | See build list here

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  • Last Activity: Today 12:33 AM
  • Join Date: 08-11-2004

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  1. 02-07-2019 10:41 AM
    Hi Jake.
    I have been reading your posts and would really appreciate your opinion on my setup.
    I have an LS2 408 forged stroker running CNC LS3 heads, Fast 102mm intake,
    12:8.1 compression. 3500rpm stall converter, 3:91 rear gears.
    236/244 114LSA+2 camshaft,
    I find with my current combo the top end performance isn't too my liking,
    The torque drops off real quick after 5500rpm and the engine seems to run out of breath although peak power is at 6600rpm
    I always suspected it's the cam as the duration seems a little small for such an engine size.
    I read your posts in regards to what IVC and EVO points best suit my stroker.
    I came up with a 238/256 113LSA +2
    This gives us an IVC of 50 and an EVO of 63
    These heads love the big splits in duration and make real good power with them
    What you reckon?
    I checked out cam motions street king stroker cam of 244/256 112LSA+4 which has ideal valve events but too much overlap for me.
    Cheers
  2. LilJayV10
    08-27-2015 06:35 PM
    hey Jake, you around?
  3. Sales@Tick
    02-21-2014 11:35 AM
    congrats on the mod status. didn't realize it till today
  4. JakeFusion
    10-14-2013 07:49 AM
    If your LTs have provisions for the AIR then yes, block off plates would be needed. You'll also need to cap your intake lid.
  5. blackbirdls1
    10-13-2013 10:02 PM
    Hey man random question you might know the answer to, I did do a search, but for and 01, removing the AIR system, all I would need are block off plates for my headers correct? Running LT's
  6. JakeFusion
    08-05-2013 03:13 AM
    They should be. Although FIC has them for 390...
  7. Qfly
    08-04-2013 05:29 PM
    Jake, I was looking at your fuel injector specs and came across this on ebay. These are brand new Bosch 52 pound EV14 injectors. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Bosch-EV14-High-Performance-Fuel-Injector-9C2E-A5A-FoMoCo-B556V-550cc-52lb-/121108079914?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item1c329aa52a&vxp=mtr I am just wondering if those are the same as FIC's Bosch injectors because they are 190 bucks cheaper..

    Cheers,

    Shawn
  8. 10-31-2009 06:54 AM
    So how did the 383 build go? I am building one very similar to yours. what heads and valvetrain did you decide on?

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