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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, BEHE Tuning in Maryland Strikes Again! (Long Post) in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Im glad i read this i just gave them a call a few weeks ago to make arrangement to have ...
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    Re: BEHE Tuning in Maryland Strikes Again! (Long Post)

    Im glad i read this i just gave them a call a few weeks ago to make arrangement to have them install a blower cam on my maggied ls6 along with timing set and oil pump. For some reason they say that changing the oil pump was a pain in the ass and not recommended Unless absolutely needed.

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    Re: BEHE Tuning in Maryland Strikes Again! (Long Post)

    Quote Originally Posted by MIKEC View Post
    Im glad i read this i just gave them a call a few weeks ago to make arrangement to have them install a blower cam on my maggied ls6 along with timing set and oil pump. For some reason they say that changing the oil pump was a pain in the ass and not recommended Unless absolutely needed.
    Well that's funny because they can't change the timing set out without removing the pump anyways, and at that point it is no more work to change out the oil pump. I always recommend changing the oil pump out when doing a cam swap, it is relatively cheap insurance against a part that has had known failures and it costs no more labor to replace when doing a timing set. If you have any kind of miles on your Maggied V I would definitely put a pump and timing set on and steer clear of any shop that doesn't recommend it because it is a "pain in the ass"... that's just my professional opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wait4me View Post
    The reason for the V2 to have so much timing is from the swirl port in the intake runner.
    This may be s little off topic but could you explain? I have lsa heads going on my ls2 tvs 2300 build. I started to PM you but thought others would be interested.

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