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COMP Cams High Energy 268H Hydraulic Flat Tappet Camshaft Lift: .454" /.454" Duration: 268°/268° RPM Range: 1500-5500 C.A.R.B. Approved*

249-12-210-2


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High Energy 268H Hydraulic Flat Tappet Camshaft Lift: .454" /.454" Duration: 268°/268° RPM Range: 1500-5500 C.A.R.B. Approved*
$159.95
High Energy 268H Hydraulic Flat Tappet Camshaft
Lift: .454''/.454"
Duration: 268°/268°
RPM Range: 1500-5500
C.A.R.B. Approved*
Estimated to ship direct from manufacturer on Monday , pending manufacturer availability. Learn More
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12-210-2 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great street performer I have this cam in my 1977 L82 Corvette engine . This cam really woke up this engine. It's a great pulling cam right off idle, This engine has PS, AC, power brakes , AT and there are no issues with vacuum or poor idle. For a legitimate street car it's hard to wrong using this cam.
Date published: 2022-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Comp 268 Good all around cam sounds good borderline if you have tight stock converter
Date published: 2022-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for sound and performance. I've had this cam in my s10 for years now.. I use the 1.52 rockers with vortec heads and it makes good power. Likes any carburetor and around 9.5 to 1 compression. I use the super 44s and it still hits....
Date published: 2020-01-26
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What is the best torque converter to use with this cam

Asked by: Jonathan
Comp Cams 249-12-210-2 recommends a 2000+ rpm stall
Answered by: langus
Date published: 2022-09-14

What type of fuel pump push rod should I use?

Asked by: Towerguy
You will want to use this fuel pump pushrod - https://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS/555/15930/10002/-1
Answered by: Rusty B
Date published: 2020-06-07

With this cam can I set on advance on timing chain or stock

Asked by: Jscool
Yes you can advance the camshaft with the keyways on the timing chain.
Answered by: Rusty B
Date published: 2020-06-07

Can I run this cam in a stock 350 with 8.5 compression

Asked by: Chevybis
This cam can be used in your stock 350 engine.
Answered by: Jon Jegs Tech
Date published: 2020-06-07

Would this cam be safe to run with an all stock valve train? Or would I risk pulling a rocker stud(goodwrench 350 crate motor)

Asked by: Isaacb122
This cam would be ok to use with all of your stock components.
Answered by: Jon Jegs Tech
Date published: 2020-09-06
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