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Old 10-10-2011, 08:11 PM   #36
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Re: motor problem

screw that machanic!! tell em' that i said fawk off!!! it's plug and play, then get tuned..
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I would like to use a good set of aftermarket cams for my pi heads. Something with a noticeable idle. But can help the air flow and lift a little with out porting. I don't have money for a porting job. I have money to up grade the came and put new retainers and springs to support. Boost. I am looking at a t3 Turbo I would like to go around 8-12 psi with cold air induction. And fast 36lb/hr injectors or 39 's. I've seen the 2v 4.6 push 590 HP with out any issues. Its what you have to use and don't go over that was on stock internals. If y'all could give me some idea about the cams that would be great.
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Old 10-11-2011, 10:41 PM   #38
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I would like to use a good set of aftermarket cams for my pi heads. Something with a noticeable idle. But can help the air flow and lift a little with out porting. I don't have money for a porting job. I have money to up grade the came and put new retainers and springs to support. Boost. I am looking at a t3 Turbo I would like to go around 8-12 psi with cold air induction. And fast 36lb/hr injectors or 39 's. I've seen the 2v 4.6 push 590 HP with out any issues. Its what you have to use and don't go over that was on stock internals. If y'all could give me some idea about the cams that would be great.
I'll tell you right now that you NEED to change your lashs. They are a critical part in a new big profile cam set up because I guarantee you'll have a super noisy valvetrain like I do. I changed to some comp custom grinds and the motor sounds like a typewriter or sewing machine. Exhaust sounds good but the motor is just kinda off putting. I wish someone would have said something to me before hand because now I have to take it all apart AGAIN and change then to quite it. Just some advice and future knowledge for ya
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Old 10-13-2011, 11:12 PM   #39
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I'm looking. At this can and vavle kit trick flow specialties. .580 in lift and timing kit also trick flow new chain and crank sprockets and can gears. I'm not sure about the trick flow intake $800 bucks for it. I was thinking about professional products hurricane if it will work o the typhoon. I still have pi heads.

I'm open for ideas . I would like to squeeze much HP I can on this stock motor
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