Dual sensor wideband?

Discussion in 'Performance Mods' started by Jumpingjoe628, Dec 29, 2019.

  1. rottenronnie

    rottenronnie Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I count at least 9.
     
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    Interesting...I also read people switched to gen2 slow bleed for their builds?
     
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    rottenronnie Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Yes, it's an option for sure.
    Personally, I'm using adjustable rockers with the oem high-bleeds and they work well.
    .150" travel, so lots of adjustability. Once either are pumped up (low or high-bleed) they are pumped up and (nearly) act like a solid lifter anyway.
     
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    Jumpingjoe628 Full Access Member

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    I believe in theory that the slow bleed lifters would not leak down as much and help maintain lift at higher rpm hence help top end power while the fast bleed lifters would leak down a little and mimic a smaller cam profile (lift wise) and help promote torque at lower rpm. Torque is what most will want but the slow bleed lifters may have an advantage for larger more aggressive cams where horsepower is generally in the upper rpm.
     
  5. oldcolt

    oldcolt Striker Heads and Cam Supporting Member

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    I like to say that my truck had no issues hooking up, back in the day!
     
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