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Comp Cams Computer Controlled Series Cams
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Computer Controlled Hydraulic Roller Camshaft
Lift: .512''/.512''
Duration: 264°/274°
Lobe Separation Angle: 112°
RPM Range: 900-5200
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is Stall converter needed

Asked by: robert64085
No, you can use the stock torque converter with this camshaft.
Answered by: Rusty B
Date published: 2018-06-13

I got a 86 D150 Im putting a 2001 360/ 5.9 Magnum motor Ill be using a electronic fuel pump. Will this cam work with a carburetor?

Asked by: Davidc809
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