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  • DOHC cam/spring/lifter part numbers

    DOHC Cams

    91

    Exhaust,Left 10130915
    Exhaust,Right 10130914
    Intake,Left 10130913
    Intake,Right 10130912

    92

    Exhaust,Left 10130915
    Exhaust,Right 10130914
    Intake,Left 10130913
    Intake,Right 10130912

    94

    Exhaust,Left 12537528 $178.20
    Exhaust,Right 12537530 $178.20
    Intake,Left 12537527 $178.20
    Intake,Right 12537529 $178.20

    95

    Exhaust,Left 12537528 $178.20
    Exhaust,Right 12537530 $178.20
    Intake,Left 12537527 $178.20
    Intake,Right 12537529 $178.20

    96

    Exhaust,Left 24504269 $137.38
    Exhaust,Right 24504276 $137.38
    Intake,Left 24504266 $137.38
    Intake,Right 24504273 $137.38


    97

    Exhaust,Left 24504269 $137.38
    Exhaust,Right 24504276 $137.38
    Intake,Left 24504266 $137.38
    Intake,Right 24504273 $137.38

    Springs 10162148

    Lifter 17108288
    Ben
    60DegreeV6.com
    WOT-Tech.com

  • #2
    are these still the current prices for these parts? if so where can i purchase them im in dire need of a new cam for my monte. i happened to snap one a few days ago and cant find them anywhere for under $370

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    • #3
      i took a look at rockauto.... no cams on their own.

      Marshall seems to seems to offer(based on the description) a full head/carrier/cam combo for the 91-95 and 96-97 at least, but it's not exactly cheap.
      1995 Monte Carlo LS 3100, 4T60E...for now, future plans include driving it until the wheels fall off!
      Latest nAst1 files here!
      Need a wiring diagram for any GM car or truck from 82-06(and 07-08 cars)? PM me!

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      • #4
        whats (not exactly cheap)? and links?

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        • #5
          it was on the scale of ~$600-700 including core charges. ~$500 before.

          just look up your year of engine on rockauto and you'll see it in the engine->cylinder head section.
          1995 Monte Carlo LS 3100, 4T60E...for now, future plans include driving it until the wheels fall off!
          Latest nAst1 files here!
          Need a wiring diagram for any GM car or truck from 82-06(and 07-08 cars)? PM me!

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          • #6
            eh im not looking to spend that much, i mean the dealer wants $388 for one friggin cam. i was on a site not to long ago that they told me to go to and they had em for like 150-$180 but for the life of me i cant remember. im just trying to find one that i know is exactly what i need but wont be so expensive that my raisin hurts the next day if you know what i mean lol

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            • #7
              i would try a junk yard but i dont trust those parts.

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              • #8
                I would post in the wanted/for sale section.

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                • #9
                  THANK YOU, Ben.

                  Does the '93 use the '92 cam set, or the '94 cam set? I'm betting they're the same as '92. That better be right...I have a '93 with one original cam carrier and cams, and one '92 cam carrier and cams. Never thought to check the cam profile for differences. Engine runs fine--popped the transmission immediately after engine re-assembly.

                  On second thought...is there a difference in lift/duration between '92 and '94--or is it just the change to the soft plug and thrust plate oiling in the back of the cam? Early cams had "solid" soft plugs and an oil hole in the thrust plate groove, later cams had soft plugs with a hole drilled in them, and no hole in the thrust plate groove. That might be the only difference justifying a different part number--AND--the reason the earlier part number sets are discontinued. I bet all cams from '95 and earlier are functionally identical except for the oiling modification.

                  Super-easy to update the early cams to the later oiling system:
                  http://60degreev6.com/forum/showthre...ick-%28cold%29
                  I have a set of cam carriers, "updated" cams, and heads with fresh valve job for sale. PM for details.

                  I thought the lifters changed in '96. Am I wrong?
                  Last edited by Schurkey; 10-17-2012, 12:43 PM.
                  ^ some people may call this guy an asshole at times, but he isn't wrong very often -- Robert

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                  • #10
                    i've looked it up before, i think the 94-95 have a different(longer) duration than 91-93? or something along those lines. the 93 and earlier cams also don't have the cam positioning sensor "pole" IIRC.

                    also, the oiling update supposedly went into effect for late 95 cars according to the TSB.

                    96 used the 94-96 cam carrier, 97 used the 97 specific carrier with the smaller lifters.
                    1995 Monte Carlo LS 3100, 4T60E...for now, future plans include driving it until the wheels fall off!
                    Latest nAst1 files here!
                    Need a wiring diagram for any GM car or truck from 82-06(and 07-08 cars)? PM me!

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