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Was just curious if anyone has experience with cam and/or torque converter costs. I called a local shop and inquired about buying a cam and torque converter from them and having them install it. They quoted $3,200. Just wondering if that's reasonable.

 

I have a 2008 GMC Sierra 2500hd 6.0.

 

Just had installed: CAI, Ported throttle body, long tube headers, and EFI Live tuning. Truck already has a flowmaster muffler. Had them reduce the torque management and give it a 93 octane tune. Wow....what a difference. All of that was about $1,700.

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If you are going to make bigger power, don't forget to upgrade the other parts that make you go and stop. stronger axels or even a built differential. As for brakes, you could put in drilled and slotted rotors as well as stainless steel flexible lines. Just some ideas.

http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/171025-2500hd-broke-axle/?do=findComment&comment=1599876

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Hey, I work for TCS Products where we specialize in performance converters and also rebuild factory converters. I work in the machining department and so machining is my thing and do not know much about transmission stuff but I'm sure our Parts department could hook you up with the right converter for your needs.

 

http://www.TCSProducts.com

 

Andy

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