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Old 02-07-2012, 01:54 PM   #1
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Ordered my intake

Ordered a bbk cai and it's delivered today. Ordering a new exhaust and cam this week aswell as buying all new tools and equipment so anyone that needs work done in the se ct or sw ri area contact me
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Pick a pair of heads up for that cam as well, otherwise the cam is almost pointless an just makes it sound more aggressive but no real gains. Especially without a tune

Congrats on the come ups man
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I was thinking the same thing which heads and exhaust do you suggest? I'm looking at a few. Thanks
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I'd go with gt40 heads, best bang for your buck an with the cam you'll see more improvement an solid noticeable gains.

For exhaust shorties are good gains while you can still pass emissions, I'm in Cali so it's strict out here. But a set of headers with an h pipe and flowmasters will put it all together along with the top end bolt ons. A tune is a must tho, or all your performance parts will be useless as the factory tune won't kno how to make everything work as opposed to it's stock platform
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Old 02-07-2012, 04:51 PM   #5
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Re: Ordered my intake

For cam choice - 94-95 Cam Swap
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Old 02-07-2012, 05:22 PM   #6
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Ok so would you also suggest a chip along with a tuner?
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Old 02-07-2012, 06:23 PM   #7
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follow the link an read all the main details along with customer reviews to cover your questions, its pretty straight forward. plug and play, 3 free tunes with the purchase from this website. doesnt get better than that:

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Ok so would you also suggest a chip along with a tuner?
Not particularly fond of chips.
See my thread - Why do I frequently recommend the AFM PMS?
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Edelbrock E-street heads for $950 brand new!!
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Edelbrock E-street heads for $950 brand new!!
Where?
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That's not for a pair it can't be
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$939
That's cheap for Edelbrocks!


If you know/care anything about ProComp Heads you can get them for even less.


Here's a set of 190cc heads for $739.


I've purchased parts from White Performance before, they are honest and legit.
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Yea they are aimed towards entry level engines but the only down fall is you'll need a new box with rev limiter cause those heads recommend you NOT to go past 5,500RPMs , can cause serious valve float
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Yea they are aimed towards entry level engines but the only down fall is you'll need a new box with rev limiter cause those heads recommend you NOT to go past 5,500RPMs , can cause serious valve float
A set of valve springs might fix that issue.


The ProComp heads I believe to be ok.
Those I linked to are a bit better flowing than the E heads, so I'd bet they don't have that low of an RPM limit.
My cousin ran some on his Chevy engines and they held up well and did a good job performance wise.
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If you are on a budget you can just order springs for the heads according to cam size...unless you're going for all out power...good luck!
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