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11-17-2005 12:57 PM
1931 steve
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Originally Posted by twinturbopickup
i have put headers on it and new exhaust so far along with a k&n filter kit and i have ordered the lt4 hot cam kit and a 3.73 posi rear gear set thanks to all of you

The LT4 hot cam will wake that thing up, you will be very happy.

Steve
11-17-2005 12:53 PM
twinturbopickup i have put headers on it and new exhaust so far along with a k&n filter kit and i have ordered the lt4 hot cam kit and a 3.73 posi rear gear set thanks to all of you
11-17-2005 10:28 AM
snod83 LT1's respond very well to cam swaps. Also, you could probaly pick up a set of loyd elliot aluminum heads. (www.eportworks.com) Also, as mentioned above, the 1.6 roller rockers are a great upgrade. There are many things that you can do to them to make them go.... I have an 11 sec 94 camaro that gets 23-5 mpg on the highway.

Oh, and a last note, all the modifications are made even better with a computer tune to help. Try madz28.com

Ryan
11-17-2005 02:49 AM
Ironmahn Don't know your budget but, Nitrous Works manufactures system model: 13070 75-175 HP for your stock engine application. Small V8s can typically accept up to 140 extra horsepower, these suggested ranges provide maximum reliability from stock engines using cast pistons and crankshafts with few or no engine modifications.
11-16-2005 07:58 PM
Siggy_Freud Do a google search on LT1 upgrades/modifications. You'll find a buttload of information man. VERY popular engine to mod.
11-16-2005 07:23 PM
Ghetto Jet Time for a gear swap man. Those 3.08's are holding you back.
11-16-2005 01:45 PM
ChevelleSS_LS6 off subject but the black cherry 96 Impala SS is one of my favorite cars ever built...

http://www.rollinreview.com/298_96chev.shtml

don't ask why when you let your mouse pointer sit on the pic it says 1996 Chevy Chevelle
11-16-2005 11:24 AM
USA1 Go to lt1tech.com. They have a section devoted to the B body.
11-10-2005 02:44 PM
1931 steve Cam swap and rocker arms. I used the LT4 hot cam and the 1.6 roller rocker arms, I have aluminum heads yours should be cast so check and see what is the max lift cam you can use.

Steve
11-10-2005 02:40 PM
twinturbopickup nobody knows of anything?
11-04-2005 03:42 PM
twinturbopickup
new daily driver what can i do??

its a 95 chevrolet caprice 9c1 it has an lt1 i know i want headers and a good exhaust does anyone out there know of modifications that these cars respond well to? what should i know about them? this one does have low miles since it was a detective's car and not an actual cop car plus its burgundy not black and white

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