Grand National Cam Install





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Published on Aug 28, 2009

Installation of camshaft in Grand National motor.

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tlt40s&w 70
The Fack that he was flipping all the parts all over the Matt on the front header would have pissed me off. I'm a 27 yr Gm tech and we use benches to lay our parts out not a fucken fender or header. He also said he has to time the cam sensor hhhmmm NOT, maybe set correlation CMON MAN. We here in the South take our cars seriously and customers are picky as hell so we go into prepping a job as much as doing the job. I'm now doing a LS swap in my 91 S10 and I've made it look factory under the hood. Ya my S10 4 wheel drive puts down 550+ at the rear wheels.
This is what you get when you use the guy that gives you the cheap price. So many things done wrong.
Alan Cheney
WTF!!! Was this your first cam install? You must not know anything about a GN V6. If you scar those cam bearings they will start spinning with the cam and you will loose oil pressure. I really like the part were you say " well it's not my car".
Deadly 98z
so im guessing if you get an aftermarket cam you need aftermarket heads?
matthew Kubiak
i would have used any thing but there cam lube. lol :D
Scared me handling that cam so rough. I am always extremely careful with the cams and the try to be as easy as I can on the cam bearings when I do cam swaps. Ive also been told by the flat tappet guys not to handle the lobes on a flat tappet cam. something about the oils in your hands. Ive only installed one flat tappet cam however. I watched the entire video to hear the car btw. should post a sound clip. Hoping it didnt wipe a lobe on break in.
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