smithl3 Posted May 24, 2006 Report Share Posted May 24, 2006 Guys, When my truck blew up from the clogged cat over a year ago I bough the block for a core charge. Now I have the old 6.0L sitting in the garage and I wanted to re-build it as a spare for god knows what down the road. Assuming it might go back into the truck I was thinking about the Lingenfelter GT2-3 LS1 Camshaft. If I get the name right, I think Blownchevy runs this cam in his crew cab with some good results. I know he has a radix which is a little different combination, but boost, is boost it should run just as good in my truck once it is rolling. All the rest of the motor is good, and specs out ok, but one of the factory cam bearings wasn't seated fully and the oil galley actually bled oil into the crank case and that explains my low oil pressure issue I also had. Because of the cam bearing not being seated, it kind of messed up the second cam land and now I need the new cam. Either way, I am looking to see if you all think this owuld be a worth while decision considering everything else on the inside is stock, and I still have my procharger. Here are the specs straight from the site: Camshaft specifications: 207/220 573/.580 w 1.7 rocker 118.5 CL Yummy Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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