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Old 07-09-2015, 11:43 AM   #1
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What else would I need if I got these


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Cams -$550 for Cushman Stage 1 NA cams. They are better.
Degree Service -$150
Trick Flow Adjustable crank gear - $70
Gaskets/Hardware -$50 to $100
Tune is going to be $300-$600 depending on if you have a handheld yet or not

This is not counting labor so if you are going to pay a shop to do it then figure another $500-$700.

Not trying to be a downer but way too many ppl get cams and then get sticker shock with how much it actually costs when its all said and done.

IMO, better value is to do suspension/gears/chassis stiffening if that's not done yet.
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Okay thank you that's what I thought I'd be spending


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Suspension is done


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I was just thinking I doing cams cause I have to replace the gasket anyways


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If you are going to go through the hassle of cams don't get a "stage 1"


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Don't I have to upgrade more stuff though with the stage 2 cams


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Would be the same things Scotty mentioned.


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Oh yeah I guess I'll do that then cams are the same price too ha


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Valve springs. He'll need valve springs but they aren't going to be very much more $$$ on top of all that. Cushman sells good valve springs too. Get his "stage 2" NA cams with the valvesprings, degree service and Trick flow crank gear as he sells them all.

Just remember that the canned tuners will not tune for cams so you'll need to get a legit remote tuner or have the car dyno tuned.
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I have the one from bama


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Okay thanks guys


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You can use the bama tuner itself but bama will not tune for cams. MPT will as will Tuning by James and many other remote tuners. Or if you are near a good dyno have them do it.
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