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  • About '02TA
    Location
    Tamarac FL
    Your Zip Code
    33321
    Occupation
    Insurance Agent
    Year & Model
    2002 ZedO6
    Color
    Quicksilver
    Mods
    Vararam, LG LT's, Magnaflow catless X-pipe and catback, HURST Billet Short Throw, CCW 505A's, Bear Rotors
    Country of Residence
    US
  • Signature
    1971 Pontiac LeMans Sport 350 4bbl : Cammed out ect. ect. ........SOLD........ unfortunately
    2002 Pontiac Trans Am Ram Air A4: Cammed/Stalled...and all the crap that goes with SOLD
    2002 Chevrolet Corvette ZO6: Vararam, LG LT's, !CATS, Magnaflow, CCW 505A's, Hurst Billet

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  • Last Activity: 10-24-2014 09:20 PM
  • Member Since: 09-23-2009

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  1. '02TA
    03-31-2010 09:53 AM
    No problem Taryn. The cam, IMO, is the most important part of a motor when it comes to modding. If you want to talk to someone who really knows their facts about cams, theres a guy on LS1Tech named Patrick G that specs custom cams for forum members and sends the specs to a comp cams dealer. I had a specd cam from him in my old Trans Am and he really took my ideas and what I wanted to acheive and helped me get there. Anyways have fun learning about cams and if anything is cloudy, let me know and I'll try to help out if I can

    Regards,
    Ryan
  2. tbrent
    03-31-2010 08:30 AM
    Hey '02TA! Just wanted to say thanks for the link to get me educated on on lsa and all. I just got home from the fire station and am about to get down on some reading Have a great week!

    Taryn Brent
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