LS Active Fuel Management Delete Package
This kit is intended for use with a Non-Displacement on Demand/Active Fuel Management System camshaft and is not include this kit. Use of a factory DOD/AFM camshaft with this kit will result in engine misfires and possible engine damage. Computer tuning is also required to complete this modification. You must have the DOD/AFM disabled in the PCM so it will not produce engine Diagnostic Trouble Codes.Camshaft Not Included
- (16) Hydraulic Roller Lifters 555-20825
- (1) Valley Cover 555-50342
- (4) Engine Lifter Guides 555-20850
- (1) Head Bolt Kit 555-83408
- (2) Cylinder Head Gaskets 555-210840
- (2) Water Pump Gaskets 555-210862
- (11) 8 mm x 1.25 x 20 Stainless Button Head Fasteners
- (11) 5/16 in. Stainless Washers
- 5 ft. 0.139 in. O-ring Cord
- Camshaft Sold Separetly
Note: This kit does not have a provision for the oil pressure port in the valley cover used on LS engines. If your engine has the oil pressure sensor located on the valley cover it will require relocation using an adapter such as 335-551534.
You must Drill and Tap all 8 oil port holes 1/8-NPT and install plugs in the oil ports to prevent loss of oil pressure.
An Ideal Add-on to Your LS Cam Upgrade
JEGS Active Fuel Management Delete Package is designed to replace failure prone DOD/AFM lifters in late model GM LS Engines.
Is this a direct fit for a 2011 a GMC Sierra 5.3? What camshaft and timing chain kit would you recommend to accompany the AFM DOD delete kit?
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