- Oct 24, 2017
Take your VIN to the dealer and get them to print you off the build sheet for the truck. That will let you know if you have VVT and you can make a decision on you direction from there.Been reading up on cams. Dropping in a cam and tune and getting 70 to 100 hp. Pretty impressive. Has anyone on here realized that kind of improvement from a stock motor with a cam upgrade? I was t to keep my VVT to help with d daily driving and it appears that staying below 600/240 would be safe. When i m ready to start my swap I'll take advantage of the cam builders engineers and call them to match a cam package with my trans, converter and gearing. It looks like I can have basically a stock engine nd have close to 500 in a DD. I think I could get used to that. You all were right on with your recommendations. Keeping the truckmaniflod, no head porting or CBC needed.