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Chevy L99 aka LS3 Cam and Converter selection

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http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=386467

Add the ZL1 fuel pump for $250.

edit:  Looks like they upped the price.  It's $3800 without the blower.  A used blower will cost you about $800.  https://lsa-conversion-store.myshopify.com/collections/lsa-conversion-kits/products/adm-lsa-stage-1-supercharger-kit-for-2010-2012-ls3-l99-w-0-supercharger

 

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33 minutes ago, Mike said:

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=386467

Add the ZL1 fuel pump for $250.

edit:  Looks like they upped the price.  It's $3800 without the blower.  A used blower will cost you about $800.  https://lsa-conversion-store.myshopify.com/collections/lsa-conversion-kits/products/adm-lsa-stage-1-supercharger-kit-for-2010-2012-ls3-l99-w-0-supercharger

 

Not terribly bad....

If I couldn't find a good used one, they sale them complete for $5,300.00

https://lsa-conversion-store.myshopify.com/collections/lsa-conversion-kits/products/copy-of-adm-lsa-basic-install-kit-for-ls3-l99-w-0-supercharger

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11 minutes ago, gammey4 said:

Just remove a rear o2 sensor. Cheap and free.

How does that give true AFR when it is post cat?

Don't cats burn off excess unburnt fuel?

 

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How does that give true AFR when it is post cat?

Don't cats burn off excess unburnt fuel?

 

It may vary slightly but not enough to matter. Most tuning shops just stick a probe in the tailpipe. I can weld a bung in if you want to do it that way though.

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12 minutes ago, gammey4 said:

It may vary slightly but not enough to matter. Most tuning shops just stick a probe in the tailpipe. I can weld a bung in if you want to do it that way though.

I'll take you up on those welded AFR bungs.

Ordered the BBK cat delete pipes.

Should help with tuning. :yes:

No telling how much longer it'll be before I see those Custom ceramic coated Kooks headers. Heck, the summer racing season might be over before I see them, so that's why I went ahead and got the cat delete pipes to tune with. :meh:

 

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There ya go, dont sit and wait on em, get out there and enjoy it.  Then you can see how much it picks up when they do show up!  Probably show up when the good air is back too which will be awesome.

Matt

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1 hour ago, gammey4 said:

It may vary slightly but not enough to matter. Most tuning shops just stick a probe in the tailpipe. I can weld a bung in if you want to do it that way though.

I haven't wrapped my head around how that can work.  I know normal (narrow band) 02s read differently upstream vs downstream.  I guess I'll stick to "replacing factory components for dummies".

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19 minutes ago, Ashley P said:

I haven't wrapped my head around how that can work.  I know normal (narrow band) 02s read differently upstream vs downstream.  I guess I'll stick to "replacing factory components for dummies".

I guess they have calculations to adjust for cats pre-AFR?

 

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