Chevy 262-400ci Small Block 1955-98
High performance. Biggest cam with stock converter. Use lower gears. Mild rough idle.
|Operating Range:||1800-5800 RPM|
|Duration Advertised:||270° Intake / 270° Exhaust|
|Duration @ .050'' Lift:||224° Intake / 224° Exhaust|
|Valve Lift w/1.5 Rockers:||.470'' Intake / .470'' Exhaust|
|Lobe Separation Angle:||110°|
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High performance. Biggest cam with stock converter but better with 2000+ stall. Use lower gears. Mild rough idle.
Will this cam work in a stock 307 sbc
Will it fit on 03 Monte Carlo ss v6
Would this cam work with my stock, 5.7 vortec engine turning it to a carb If not what cam you recommend
Will this cam need a stall converter? 88 5.7L TBI
I have 1988 5.7 with TBI . Will this cam work ?
Do you need valve springs and retainers with this cam or can you run factory springs and retainers? I don’t know if the cam was harsh on factory valve train components.
What valve springs should I buy to use with this cam?
will i need new pushrods and rockers or will the factory ones work
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