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113 LSA vs 114 LSA cam

Need to decide between a PPP stage 2 cam with 113LSA or 114 LSA.
I see that 114 is standard on website and that it would be custom for 113.
Any reason why everyone went with 113LSA?
Does it shake at idle?
Wife friendly?
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all depends on whats on the jeep currently and if you might be throwing boost at it, you dont want crazy lobe separation or you'll just shoot all your boost throw the exhaust valves


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So 114 LSA is better for boost then 113LSA
Mods are header, intake, tune so far.
Would like to boost down the line.
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113 would have less lobe seperation i believe, i will stand corrected, hopefully andy from pwr can chime in. i know with our LS setup we're doing in house is a 115 LSA however we're going turbo and after talking with comp thats what was decided.

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Thanks for your info.
Might stick to 114 as I want it fairly stock.
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113 has less would have less lobe seperation than a 114. talked to some of the supporting vendors and they could steer you in the right way for sure
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Only thing I can offer is that 113 will chop more then a 114 at idle. I'd go 113.

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I have a 113 lsa PPP stage 2 and I'd say it makes good power with boost


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I pulled the trigger on that cam. I added pushrods, springs and retainers.
Bought headers also. Lol
Rumble here I come. I will post video once installed in the next 2 months.
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Might be my next cam as well.


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