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Author Topic: Need suggestions for 2009 6.0 AV  (Read 1956 times)
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« on: 10/29/09 01:11 PM »

I have been looking around but can't find god info for what to do to my AV. Plenty of info for the 5.3 but I went with the 6.0. I just came out of a 2007 TBSS with cam, headers, exhaust, e-fan, pully, cool air, tranny.... it was a fun truck, but now looking to do some fun stuff to the AV.

Any suggestions as to where to start?
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« Reply #1 on: 12/06/09 06:07 PM »

Hey Thump,
Sorry with the delay on the response. It all depends with how much power you want and How much you would want to spend. Examples: This is what I have in my 6.0L (LQ9) Yours I think is a LQ4.. (LQ9 has coated pistons)
Engine:
GT2-3 cam (from Lingerfelter)
LS6 "Yellow" springs (also from LGF)
Comp cams, pushrods
Cold air intake
112 Maggie Supercharger w/2.80" pulley
Iridium spark plugs
Taylor 50 wires
Edlebrock Titanium coated headers
E-fans
 
Trans:
2800-3500 stall speed convt
Vette servos
Stage2 HD shift kit

Rear:
3.73

Tuned By H.P. Tuners equiptment and Allen Nelson from Nelson Racing does my standard tune.

Hope this helps.#7
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« Reply #2 on: 12/07/09 08:42 AM »

Same things peeps use for 5.3 but make sure they fit 6.0
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« Reply #3 on: 10/01/10 12:36 PM »

NA or FI? Keep the DOD? Keep the VVT?
By the way your Av probably came with the L76 aluminum 6.0 and the 6L80.
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