Chevy 262-400ci Small Block 1955-98
Great for street machines. Needs stall, headers & gears. Rough idle.
|Operating Range:||2000-6000 RPM|
|Duration Advertised:||280° Intake / 280° Exhaust|
|Duration @ .050'' Lift:||230° Intake / 230° Exhaust|
|Valve Lift w/1.5 Rockers:||.480'' Intake / .480'' Exhaust|
|Lobe Separation Angle:||110°|
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Great for street machines. Needs 2500+stall, headers and gears. Rough idle.
What valve springs are required for a stock head 79 350?
What compression ratio do I need with this cam.
Does this fit a 93 Silverado with a 5.7? Will I be needing a stall converter or could I use the stock one
Does this fit a 1986 Corvette? If so does it require any other components such as pushrods, rockers, or springs?
Can I use this in a 85 c10 with 350 has a 10 bolt rear. Eldebrook intake 600 cfm carb ceramic headers.
Can I use this cam in a 96 c1500 vortec 350
I lost all the paperwork that came with this kit. Can you tell me the timing specs for it. Thank you
Can I use this cam and lifter kit on a 1994 Chevy 350 tbi 5.7?
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