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2000 camaro z28 ls1 cam?
i have a 2000 camaro z28 ls1 v8 and i was wondering what i would have to do to my motor to add a tsp 228r 112 lsa cam.would i have to change my valve springs or can the stock ones handle the 588/588. what is the stock lift on the ls1 valve springs? would i have to change anything else?
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
I do know that just like the Lt1, the Ls1 Springs can ONLY handle the stock factory camshaft.
Beyond that, you can get a LOT of useful information in the reference link I providedSource(s): http://www.ls1.com/forums/f7/camshaft-guide-inform... http://www.ls1lt1.com/forum/ls1-%7C-ls6-%7C-ls2-%7...
- Scott WLv 78 years ago
Chances are you will need to have a new chip burned so the computer will work with the parts change in order to see the power changes.