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Big shout out to Protek Automotive in West Palm Beach FL. Just got my cam install completed and the tune.

List of modifications:
Texas Speed Stage 1 LS3 N/A Cam
225/236 .629"/615" 114 LSA
TSP hardened pushrod's and 660 spring kit
ATI 10% underdrive balancer
CHE trunion upgrade
Holley valve covers
Kooks ceramic coated 1 7/8th long tube headers, Catless mid pipe and stock bi-mode mufflers
Tuned by Hydra motorsports

459 RWHP
439 RWTQ

Really good power and torque on a smaller cam and stock stall.

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@Fatbody, cool vid, thanks for sharing. Did your tuner recommend the catless?
A common test for how good your exhaust sounds is how much your SO hates it. Mine sounds great.

Good stuff @Fatbody , congrats.
Tell us Jonathon, you wouldn't have any favorable bias for a cammed high HP NA PBM SS now, would you? ;)
 
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@Fatbody, cool vid, thanks for sharing. Did your tuner recommend the catless?
A common test for how good your exhaust sounds is how much your SO hates it. Mine sounds great

No direct recommendation from the tuner. In FL we don't have smog testing so I have always used catless systems on all my cars.
 
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@Fatbody, cool vid, thanks for sharing. Did your tuner recommend the catless?
A common test for how good your exhaust sounds is how much your SO hates it. Mine sounds great.


Tell us Jonathon, you wouldn't have any favorable bias for a cammed high HP NA PBM SS now, would you? ;)
Not me man. I just yanked a plug wire off so it sounds cool. :cool:
 
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