Chevy 262-400ci Small Block 1955-98
Great for street machines, largest cam for stock converter.
|Operating Range:||1600-5800 RPM|
|Duration Advertised:||268° Intake / 280° Exhaust|
|Duration @ .050'' Lift:||224° Intake / 230° Exhaust|
|Valve Lift w/1.5 Rockers:||.477'' Intake / .480'' Exhaust|
|Lobe Separation Angle:||110°|
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Great for street machines, largest cam for stock converter, better with 2000+ stall.
I have this cam in a 68 camaro with a 355 sbc Edelbrock performer RPM heads, performer rpm air gap intake, 650 speed Demon carb, headers and a 700 r4 trans with 3.73 gears. My question is what stall converter should I use. Thanks
Would this cam produce a noticeable idle, which I prefer. And at some later date I will be installing an ATI PB600 Procharger @ 9 PSI boost though a 650 Holley Double Pumper set up. Any suggestions or recommendations welcome.
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