Small Block Chevy 262-400ci 1955-98
Crane PowerMax emissions-legal cams produce amazing increases in torque, horsepower, and throttle response while extending the RPM powerband of computer-controlled performance passenger cars and light trucks. They permit full function of stock engine computers or aftermarket performance chips.Characteristics
CARB-Approved This camshaft is 50-state legal per the manufacturer's application guide. It has been granted a California Air Resources Board exemption (a "CARB EO" number) or is a direct or consolidated replacement part.Notes
|Grind Number||H-278-2 (Replaces HMV-278-2)|
|Operating Range||2200-6200 RPM|
|Duration Advertised||278° Intake/290° Exhaust|
|Duration @ .050" Lift||222° Intake/234° Exhaust|
|Valve Lift with 1.5 Rockers||.467" Intake/.494" Exhaust|
|Lobe Separation Angle||114°|
|Max Lift Angle||Intake: 109° ATDC|
Exhaust: 119° BTDC
|Open/Close @ .050" Cam Lift||Intake: 2° ATDC (opens)|
40° ABDC (closes)
Exhaust: 56° BBDC (opens)
2° BTDC (closes)
The most popular OE camshaft type through the late 1980s, hydraulic lifter profiles can provide a power curve that tops out just over 7000 RPM when used with high-performance hydraulic lifters. Also easy to maintain, hydraulic cams range from aggressive (rough idle) to towing (improved bottom-end torque).
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