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Old 03-14-2019, 03:55 PM
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I'm looking to pick up a C6Z and found one with the following mod list in the ad. Says there's more parts and this is just a quick list. Assuming it was put together properly does this sound like a reasonable build list ? Will be a street driven car for me, some track days , no drag racing.

With the specs provided , does the cam sound streetable or would it be subject to surge when cruising through the parking lot etc? Anything to ask the seller if/when I make contact ?


- Center force twin disc clutch
- New timing set
- Custom dyno tune
- CNC ported ls7 heads hand finished including titanium intake values and stainless exhaust values, double springs, titanium retainers
- Custom hyd roller camshaft 226/239 @.050
- Caddy high rev gm lifters
- Chrome molly push rod kit
- MLS head gaskets
- ARP head fasteners
- Fast intake
- Fast fuel rail kit
- Stainless works headers and x- pipe kit with high flow cats
- K+N cold air kit

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Old 03-14-2019, 04:23 PM
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Sounds like a good start. What size are the headers, what is the lift and lobe separation on the cam, does it have a 102 throttle body. How much $ and mileage?
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If the tuner was good it should drive well.
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Old 03-15-2019, 03:58 PM
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Don't have more technical details, that's what was listed.
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My guess is that it could drive pretty well. I have a 246/258 @ 0.050 and Pat G got it running real nice. 24 degrees of overlap. I can idle through a parking lot smoothly. I have more cubes though
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