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  1. #11
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    Looks like I'll be doing that Comp grind, a set of ported LS1 heads milled .025 with Tooley dual springs, lifters, gutted cats and a Chuck's LSX tune. I'm not worried about a stall in the least right now. This is never going to see the track. I'm spending next I nothing on this because I am friends with everyone who are providing the parts and that's the only reason I'm even doing any mods. It started with cracked factory heads and my circle kept saying, just use this part I have...

    Quote Originally Posted by marku View Post
    Then you can get a trailblazer stall or a 2600-2800 Circle D. It would be a great combo that should run well without getting too crazy and losing drivability
    Not a bad idea about the stall
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    Thought it was a 6.0, yeah way to much stick.
    2014 RAM 1500 Express QC 2wd Hemi

    5.7 Stock Block
    1/4 - 12.18 @ 110.15 NA
    1/8 - 7.74 @ 89.06 NA

    426 Stroker
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    2000 GMC Sierra 1500 RCSB 2wd - ERL 454 LS2 Dry-Sleeve powered drag truck...

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    "It rubs the oil on its piston.."

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmgak47 View Post
    Thought it was a 6.0, yeah way to much stick.
    Pretty sure it's going in the 5.3 unless something magically appears
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    Jay, they are the soft lil LXL lobes so it'll be fine

    Apparently the admins don't want me to edit my posts so...
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    What I meant was that it had to much duration, not how hard it was on springs.
    2014 RAM 1500 Express QC 2wd Hemi

    5.7 Stock Block
    1/4 - 12.18 @ 110.15 NA
    1/8 - 7.74 @ 89.06 NA

    426 Stroker
    1/8 - 7.16 @ 95.79 NA

    2000 GMC Sierra 1500 RCSB 2wd - ERL 454 LS2 Dry-Sleeve powered drag truck...

    SOLD - 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 QC 2wd Hemi
    1/4: 12.63 @ 104.92 NA
    1/8: 7.98 @ 84.83 NA

    Quote Originally Posted by DaKing View Post
    "It rubs the oil on its piston.."

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmgak47 View Post
    What I meant was that it had to much duration, not how hard it was on springs.
    I know what you meant but I'm not sure the duration is too much especially with the lobe design. Work the heads, add a 2800-3000 stall, gut the cats and it should be fine
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    With a 3000 stall it will be fine.
    2014 RAM 1500 Express QC 2wd Hemi

    5.7 Stock Block
    1/4 - 12.18 @ 110.15 NA
    1/8 - 7.74 @ 89.06 NA

    426 Stroker
    1/8 - 7.16 @ 95.79 NA

    2000 GMC Sierra 1500 RCSB 2wd - ERL 454 LS2 Dry-Sleeve powered drag truck...

    SOLD - 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 QC 2wd Hemi
    1/4: 12.63 @ 104.92 NA
    1/8: 7.98 @ 84.83 NA

    Quote Originally Posted by DaKing View Post
    "It rubs the oil on its piston.."

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    Go medium or go home, lmao
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