Impulse Blue Metallic Paint 1/2 fluid oz (14 ml) Part Number 12346743 Code 24U WA938J List $5.65
The GTOs production camshaft part number you gave provided its spot on would correlate to a 2001 or newer Fbody or Ybody camshaft.Old Goat said:The following list are some applicable GM camshafts. Please note some are Production part numbers, some Replacement or Service part numbers, and some are Performance part numbers. I will list them as such and give specs where I can. ??? at the end of a spec means uncertain. As always, trust, then doublecheck. The sources are the Clay Chevrolet (Newton, MA.) Parts Department and the Performance Parts CD.
12560965 - 320HP LS1 w computer Service engine camshaft part number.
200*/203*@.050, .500/.500, 116* LSA ??? (2003 GMPP)
12561721 - Our 2004 GTO camshaft Production part number.
???*/???*@.050, .464/.479, ???* LSA..;>)
12560950 - Current Gen III LS6 Vortec OE production cam GMPP number.
207*/217*@.050, .525/.525, 116* LSA
12565308 - 02/04 LS6 Corvette production cam GMPP number.
204*/218*@.050, .550/.550. 117.5* LSA (In Autocross Version)
12480033 - Comparable to LT4 Hot cam GMPP number
(includes 16 LS6 Valve Springs #12565117)
219*/228*@.050, .525/.525, 112* LSA
12480110 - Gen III LS1 ASA Racing cam GMPP number
226*/236*@.050, .525/.525, 110* LSA
I have unearthed a lot of Specs on the specific production LS1's we own in the GTO, but have no accompanying numbers yet, things like the tapered LS6 Valve Springs installed being 76 pounds closed and 220 open, the injectors being 28.8 pound per hour units, valve sizes, head cc's, etc. I'll post specs under the proper section when I can organize them.
I installed the K&N oil filter HP-1007 last week. I can't really check to see if the oil pressure is any higher, any way to display this on the DIC? I don't have a baseline figure to compare either but I assume someone may still have the stock filter and running 5W30 Mobil 1.radkon said:Guys, I've been looking for the K&N air filter 33-2116 but haven't had any luck. So I went to the K&N site today and searched and lo and behold, a "new" part number appeared 33-2289, specifically for the 04 GTO.
The dimensions are almost the same as the 33-2116
My local parts place (Murray's) confirmed with K&N the stock replacement number is 33-2289. Released last week (May 17th) I ordered one and it should be in late next week. (or June 8th from what I'm told today) K&N told Murray's, "the part isn't available to the public yet" and they are getting it directly from K&N not their local warehouse. The filter was $64, which I think was a bit of a rip off but hey.
K&N Oil filter listed on the website is HP-1007, this may be the one jaguarcult referred to as causing higher pressure, I'm not sure.
Not only that, when I have to replace a GTO key, I have to order it from GM (cannot stock the blank), and put the key code in the order note field. The key is then cut IN MICHIGAN and then shipped to us. Talk about a pain in the [email protected] On the plus side, at least it makes it extremely difficult for the thieving scumbags. But don't lose those keys!tommycap30 said:KEY FOB 3 seperate parts- transmitter part #92141426 $64.00 - key part # 92123129 $70.00 - screw part # 92138596 $13.00 If you lose your key fob you will need all 3 parts
JON C said:Service Dept. Said Not To Use A
K&n Filter, As The Oil Will Mess
Everything Up. Any Thoughts?