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Mamo LS3 Heads Cam Build - 15,000 mile review

 
Old 05-18-2019, 12:48 AM
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Any chance you can do a speedo pull! like maybe a 2nd thru 4th roll out?

Yeah. I will definitely try to get one up in the next few days
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Old 06-02-2019, 07:32 PM
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Any chance you can do a speedo pull! like maybe a 2nd thru 4th roll out?
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Old 06-02-2019, 09:03 PM
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Old 06-03-2019, 02:46 PM
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At what point do you break even and cross over into gains in the RPM band? And how much loss is there down low?
On Friday, I'll be doing a baseline dyno WITH the mid-length runners and then an after dyno with the full length runners. If the full length runners provide a sufficient torque bounce below 4K RPMs.....I'll keep them on the car.

In any case.....I'll let you know **MY** results.

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Old 06-07-2019, 08:57 PM
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Originally Posted by KW Baraka View Post
On Friday, I'll be doing a baseline dyno WITH the mid-length runners and then an after dyno with the full length runners. If the full length runners provide a sufficient torque bounce below 4K RPMs.....I'll keep them on the car.

In any case.....I'll let you know **MY** results.

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Keep us posted. Looking forward to seeing the results
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Old 06-09-2019, 06:17 PM
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Originally Posted by KW Baraka View Post
On Friday, I'll be doing a baseline dyno WITH the mid-length runners and then an after dyno with the full length runners. If the full length runners provide a sufficient torque bounce below 4K RPMs.....I'll keep them on the car.

In any case.....I'll let you know **MY** results.

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Whatíd you come up with?
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Old 06-11-2019, 09:30 AM
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Uhhhh. Your oil pressure appears to be a bit low during that pull in my opinion based on what I have seen. Find out what pump is in it.
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Old 06-14-2019, 08:18 PM
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Uhhhh. Your oil pressure appears to be a bit low during that pull in my opinion based on what I have seen. Find out what pump is in it.

Its a pump that tony recommended and supplied. I believe itís ported, and itís my understanding that these lifters reduce oil pressure. That being said, I do plan to add a half quart to bring the total to 6.5 quarts.
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Old 06-15-2019, 04:57 PM
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Originally Posted by KW Baraka View Post
On Friday, I'll be doing a baseline dyno WITH the mid-length runners and then an after dyno with the full length runners. If the full length runners provide a sufficient torque bounce below 4K RPMs.....I'll keep them on the car.

In any case.....I'll let you know **MY** results.

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Yes please.
Let us know.
I'm curious to see this.
This is something I am thinking of doing too.
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This is beautiful and I hope to do the same to my GS next spring but am I missing something? Why only 38PSI of oil pressure?
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Originally Posted by Bigwebb View Post
Keep us posted. Looking forward to seeing the results
Well.....I did half of it....and it was pretty much a fail.

For the baseline dyno, the CPU pulled 7* of timing. Peak power came in at only 482HP at the wheels....and power topped out at 6400 RPMs when I should've been able to pull past 7200 RPMs. The tuners suspect gas that was not up to par.

I'm having the shop do more work next week, but they've already installed the longer runners. I'll get a couple of runs in with the long runners....but I can't see how it will correlate to anything meaningful without a decent baseline.

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