07 Suburban BTR Stage 4 Truck cam idle

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  1. Albert Meza

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    Quick little idle clip of my Suburban shortly after the DOD Delete, LT Header install and 3 inch Catback exhaust. Enjoy!
     
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    Haha that's awesome. I like it for the throaty lumpy rumpity rhythm and deep tone, but also because it's not what you expect coming from the tail of a longroof grocery getter.
     
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    kbuskill ***CAUTION*** I do my own stunts!

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    Curious what your thoughts are on the cam and LT headers...

    Did you lose a lot of bottom end torque with this set up???
     
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    I'm digging it. Does sound familiar tho lol.
     
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    Short and sweet, sounds great.

    Curious as well about the ca and LTs and the low end? Did you lose any bottom end?

    I like it though, need more clips in motion now.
     
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    Sounds great, now show us the timeslips! LOL
     
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    Overall, I really like it. SOME low end loss is normal, although to me its minimal. Additionally, there are ways to compensate for low end performance for example new gears, a proper tune.
     
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    Sorry, No time slips available. I don't believe she will ever see the track, she's just for street fun.
     
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    That's too bad. It's tough to validate that a performance part actually contributed to getting from A to B quicker and faster without such testing. During my racing years I learned that some things that make the car "feel" faster did not nothing or actually slowed us down. Much of the business at my old speed shop was taking off all the garbage that had been sold to my customers prior and in doing so made them faster.
     
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    Understandable, the camshaft I went with comes with a dyno sheet from BTR Racing claiming an overall gain of 66 HP. Whether that number has been fudged or not I can't say, But I can tell you what happens when I hit 3000 RPM...:driver:
     
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