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Old 02-07-2012, 03:01 AM
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Cammed owners....

I just had a cam installed and thinking about swapping it out already. My wife wants something bigger. It made 391/380. Its a Compcam and the specs are, 224/230 with a lsa of 114.

When I talked to the shop I explained I was looking for a nice lope without drivability issues so my wife wouldn't complain. I'm just looking for some advice for those of you with bigger cams and how you like it?
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Old 11-13-2012, 02:21 PM
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Can't really give you advise because I don't have much experience myself but I am interested in how it runs with that cam now? Also what other supporting mods you have done to it.

I am swapping in an LQ4 with a 226/229 575/578 @112lsa but stock manifolds and mail in tune. So I am not sure how its going to be. I am assuming it is going to buckle some down low and the I6 stall will be too small for it. But I had it laying around so ill see how it works out lol
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Old 11-15-2012, 04:12 PM
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I ended up swapping cams a week later, lol. I'm not positive on the exact specs but I think it was a 228/232 with a 112lsa. Ended up making alittle over 400rwhp.
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Old 11-15-2012, 10:28 PM
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Wow those are some good numbers! Congrats on the setup.

What supporting mods are you running? And that a dyno tune im assuming...
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Old 03-06-2013, 06:31 PM
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Old thread, I know. Here's a quick vid I made today to get an idea of what it sounds like...

http://youtu.be/OX1nRmYMc_Q
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Old 03-09-2014, 11:53 PM
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Pcmforless.com has probably the most experience with cams on a trailblazer ss than anyone on the planet... They have a great selection of cams. I got there rob cam that is prob the best drive ability cam I've ever used. They have bigger cams and smaller as we'll. my rob cam thumps pretty good
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Pcmforless.com has probably the most experience with cams on a trailblazer ss than anyone on the planet... They have a great selection of cams. I got there rob cam that is prob the best drive ability cam I've ever used. They have bigger cams and smaller as we'll. my rob cam thumps pretty good
Thanks I appreciate that! We are actually www.pcmofnc.com now! Same people and business just changed the name a bit.
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