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Customer q:

I am replacing the engine and I want to change the camshaft while I'm in there. I want a cam in which I have to change the least amount of parts and as much "chopiness" as possible without changing a ton of parts. I am getting the BluePrint 364 short block kit and will put my ls2 heads on it. A couple different cam choices and associated parts would be great. Lastly, would I need to replace the push rods or lifters with either of those cams? I appreciate the help.

CAR MAKE & MODEL

ac = Yes

drivewheel = All-Wheel Drive

engine = 6.0

fuel = Fuel injection

make = Chevy

model = Trailblazer ss

pwrbrk = Yes

pwrstr = Yes

trans = Automatic

year = 2006

JEGS ANSWER:

Hi and thanks for choosing JEGS. If you want a little more aggression, that will require tuning #249-54-414-11.You will need valve springs #249-26915TI-KIT for either cam change. And assuming the stock push rods and lifters are in proper working order, they do not have to be replaced. If you need anything else, we are here 24/7.

COMP Cams 54-414-11
‍XFI RPM Hydraulic Roller Camshaft GM Gen III/LS1/LS2/LS6 1997-PRESENT (Three-Bolt) Lift: .525" /.532"

COMP Cams 26915TI-KIT
‍Beehive Valve Spring Kit Chevy LS1/LS2/LS6

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I want a cam in which I have to change the least amount of parts.

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