Chevy 262-400ci Small Block 1955-98
Strong torque thru low end & mid-range, good idle.
|Operating Range:||1000-5200 RPM|
|Duration Advertised:||256° Intake / 268° Exhaust|
|Duration @ .050'' Lift:||212° Intake / 218° Exhaust|
|Valve Lift w/1.5 Rockers:||.447'' Intake / .454'' Exhaust|
|Lobe Separation Angle:||110°|
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Strong torque thru low end and mid-range, good idle.
Will this cam work for a carbureted 350
CA emission legal cam ?
Will this cam work in a 79 corvette? (non emission setup) I currently have the stock L82, I am interested in a cam that I can put in this motor and will slowly trade the 882 heads & intake for edelbrock e-tec 170 or 200 heads
Do you recommend any specific torque converter for this or the factory in a 400 is fine?
Is this can compatible with tbi? How much hp can I expect?
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