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Old 02-28-2014, 04:55 PM   #1
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Default No Springs Cam upgrade

I'm hoping to find advice on cams that don't require spring upgrades. 04 GT N/A mildly modified. Looking for that old school muscle rough idle sound, as well as the moderate power gain that comes with any cam upgrade. Also, would a TB and plenum upgrade have any effect? Currently running stock TB/plenum with intentions to purchase upgrades tomorrow.
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Old 03-02-2014, 07:27 AM   #2
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The only cam you can use and keep the stock springs are stage 1 I believe. Everything else recommendeds new springs.
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You can also go with HP 292 cams. They're regrinds though.
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Soldier what are regrind cams?
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The only cam you can use and keep the stock springs are stage 1 I believe. Everything else recommendeds new springs.
How much of a difference am I looking at with stage 1 from stock? Is it worth the 800?
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Well comp cams from American muscle are right at $600 580 something I believe. But stage 1 is a little difference. Just YouTube some videos. It is worth it if you want to keep stock springs and etc. Noticeable power gain and idle.
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