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what to do???

Discussion in 'Performance & Fuel' started by 00chevy53, Aug 31, 2011.

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  1. 00chevy53

    00chevy53 New Member 100 Posts

    heres the plan in the next nine months im going to either turn my 6.0 into a 408 stroker and put a bigger stall in my truck... option two is better heads, a mild cam, and a six speed transmission swap with an stage 2 or 3 clutch.... both of these would be great but not sure which to go with.....
  2. adam0285

    adam0285 New Member

    Either way you go, the stock heads on the new GM Motors flow really well, at least from most of the bench testing i've seen. Instead of dropping the dough for an entirely new set, i'd recommend just finding a shop to do a good port and polish of the stock heads. I've wanted to do the six speed swap in the truck but since I just bought a second car that is a stick i'll probably leave that bit alone. How many miles are on your 6.0 right now? Either way sounds like fun and best of luck with whatever you choose.
  3. 00chevy53

    00chevy53 New Member 100 Posts

    There is a little over 80k on it now that i just drove from central florida to central california with it. As far as the heads go i need to keep in mind what the compression will go to if i change them. In the long run i will be running boost and eventually going to a 408 stroker i need to make sure that heads i put on will be able to work with that.

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