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Old 05-10-2006, 04:59 PM   #11
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hey fuel whats your gear ratio?
I believe it is the 3.05 or 3.06, one of those
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3.05, good. for some reason i thought you got stuck with the 2.83. anyway, like i said, the stage 2 pkg should be just fine for what I THINK you're looking for. you could just take small steps and do it mod by mod...
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3.05, good. for some reason i thought you got stuck with the 2.83. anyway, like i said, the stage 2 pkg should be just fine for what I THINK you're looking for. you could just take small steps and do it mod by mod...
I might have to take the small steps anyway but I'm assuming that i could afford it ( )
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well your near the INTENSE facilities right? i'm sure Todd or Scott would be happy to help you out if you need guidence
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well your near the INTENSE facilities right? i'm sure Todd or Scott would be happy to help you out if you need guidence
Yeah I'm pretty close. Earlier, you mentioned that the Level 2 pkg is what I should be looking for? Well I thought about that but when I see other sedans that I know are fast on smaller V6, I thought man I need to up this L36 hence my research.
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As far as I know, only Wes has had good results with Intense n/a cams. There is a new n/a guy in the Intense camp that is about to cam. I'm curious as to see how he does. And IMO 1.9'* are too high a ratio for a 3.0x geared n/a engine. In fact they have been proven too high by www.easyperformance.com.
Just putting this out there cause I would hate to see someone waste thier money.
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As far as I know, only Wes has had good results with Intense n/a cams. There is a new n/a guy in the Intense camp that is about to cam. I'm curious as to see how he does. And IMO 1.9'* are too high a ratio for a 3.0x geared n/a engine. In fact they have been proven too high by www.easyperformance.com.
Just putting this out there cause I would hate to see someone waste thier money.
You have just left me with a lot to think about.... That was a very good read

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Just like 95naSTA basically said - Do your research! Their are other cams out their that have proven themselves.
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As far as I know, only Wes has had good results with Intense n/a cams. There is a new n/a guy in the Intense camp that is about to cam. I'm curious as to see how he does. And IMO 1.9'* are too high a ratio for a 3.0x geared n/a engine. In fact they have been proven too high by www.easyperformance.com.
Just putting this out there cause I would hate to see someone waste thier money.
Oh I can't run 1.9 wwith the Stage 1X NA cam. I think it'* too high and I want to stick with the stock ratio (but maybe better rockers) but thanks for the advice!

Any ideas or comments, let'* hear it, some of us L36 guys might appericate it!!!
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Oh I can't run 1.9 wwith the Stage 1X NA cam. I think it'* too high and I want to stick with the stock ratio (but maybe better rockers) but thanks for the advice!

Any ideas or comments, let'* hear it, some of us L36 guys might appericate it!!!
Your right about not being able to run 1.9s w/ any L36 cam. But IMO 1.9s combined with at stock cam are just too high a lift for an n/a L36.
Research other people who have went n/a and who are going n/a, the setups they use, and sucess they have.
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