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Factory Cam Went Bad---Replacement

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Old 12-14-2010, 02:23 PM
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Default Factory Cam Went Bad---Replacement

Worked out a deal with my local Chevy Dealer to install this Cam, Springs in my 2009 6.2 any thoughts? Already have a Cat back and the Cold Air intake. After looking into this the Mast seems to be more what I am looking for.

Pretty odd that this happened so early 48k but so be it. A chance to upgrade for minimal cost!!

Thinking of using the HO version---will be taking the truck in tomorrow and the parts the next day.

Camshaft Mast Part # Core Intake Lobe Exh Lobe Lobe Lift Lobe Lift (I) Centerline (E) Centerline Rocker Valve Lift Valve Lift
L92 HO 914-102 VVT 340R224 349R238 340 344 114 ATDC 116 BTDC 1.7 578 584.8
L92 SS 914-103 VVT 346R230 357R244 346 357 117 ATDC 105 BTDC 1.7 588.2 606.9
 

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Old 12-17-2010, 02:29 PM
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After tearing down almost completely found the cause of the ticking. Bad wrist pin bushing on #2! Still going to put in the new cam and springs. Went down to MAST Motorsports to look at their facility and pick up the parts----these guys are Engineers and know the Gen III's.
 
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