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I have the FRPP Hot Rod cams and love the sound. I did the install myself but was able to borrow the right tools. The tools would run you about $300.00 and I don't think you can change them without the proper tools. I have stock exhaust with FRPP axlebacks. After the install had driveability issues at low speeds even with 4:10 gears. Had Breenspeed install Steeda CMDP and 93 tune. Helped the driveability and throttle responce but not the advertised HP gains FRPP claims. Might do better with LT's. The car sounds good and is a fun fast street car, as opposed to a race fast car. It's mostly just a weekend driver for me and does everything I want it to.

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Yeah Chump i have the spr stage 2 cams. I love them & i havent looked back since. The install was a pita, me & friend did it in a day and a half. But the results are phenominal. U need the limiters, and springs with the spr cams. & at least 2 cam phaser bolts. They are 1 time deal. Ifu torque them too tight or too loose, ur motor is doomed. the vsr only need springs, and of course nsr are basically drop in installation


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Nostysalleen236 by the looks of your profile your car is not FI other than nos. Is this the same mod you would do if your car was going to be FI'd in the future.

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Nostysalleen236 by the looks of your profile your car is not FI other than nos. Is this the same mod you would do if your car was going to be FI'd in the future.
Nah i wouldnt bro. They are more for show then go, u know? & u will be sacraficing alot of hp going with the hot rod cams, than the vsr or spr cams. Thats my oppinion. & comp cams has blower grind cams just for fi applications. From what i read hot rod cams are for NA but there are ppl who have them on their supercharged cars

2007 Saleen- Usual Bolts ons, C&L racer intake Fastlane dyno tune, with Zex 100 shot, bottle warmer, purge kit, TPS switch, TCI tq converter with 3000 stall, SPR stage 2 cams (530/555 lift)MMR Aluminum driveshaft, Steel flexplate, 4.10 gears, L&M throttle body, electric water pump,Steeda CMCP w/ nitrous ports, Full american racing exhaust with borla stingers, TCI ratch shifter
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The Hot Rod Cams are designed to work with wither N/A or FI which is a huge benefit due to the fact that you don't have to buy another set of cams when you go FI. Besides the Hot Rod Cams only produce about 5-10 less HP. Which really isn't that much especially if you go FI.
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