Want to Install Your Own Cam on Your LS? Here’s the Easy Way to do it!
With all of the moving parts that go into making an automobile run and furthermore ...
With all of the moving parts that go into making an automobile run and furthermore run well, modifying your own car can really be a battle that seems to be overwhelming at times. However, with a nice set of tools and the right information, you can really head out there and make some magic happen underneath the hood of your machine. If you’re determined, step by step, you will gradually build up information in your head and with a little bit of advice along the way, you too can turn your car from a run-of-the-mill commuter car into something more.
This time, we check in with a resource that is definitely something you might want to check out if you’re one of those who happens to be wrenching around in your own garage and looking to build an engine on a budget. We’re talking this time about the Sloppy Mechanics, a group of late model General Motors performance enthusiasts who are all about taking the least amount of money possible and turning it into big and reliable power, all while sharing advice and information to help one another get to the bottom of making power in the easiest and most affordable way possible. With this display, we get a demonstration from the head Slop in charge that gets down to the bottom of how to install a camshaft and valve springs in a pretty straightforward and concise way that’s definitely worth the watch.
Check out the video down below that will take you for this ride that could just turn you into an expert DIY mechanic in a matter of just 45 minutes or so… at least when it comes to putting in a cam. After getting the lowdown and a few quick tips that could help you to install a camshaft of your very own, be sure to tell us what you think of this top to bottom explanation of how to make the job just a little bit easier when you’re out there wrenching and trying to make big power.