|Duration Advertised||278° Intake/288° Exhaust|
|Duration @ .050''||204° Intake/214° Exhaust|
|Lift @ Valve||.420'' Intake/.442'' Exhaust|
|Lift @ Cam||.280'' Intake/.295'' Exhaust|
|Lobe Separation Angle||112°|
|Intake Timing @ .050"|| Open 5° ATDC|
Close 29° ABDC
|Exhaust Timing @ .050"|| Open 44° BBDC|
Close 10° BTDC
|Vacuum @ 1000RPM Idle||14"|
Do you use stock push rods with this?
I have a 77 Corvette with SB 350. I want the Edelbrock 2022 Kit but can't afford it at one time so I am ordering the individual parts then will order heads last due to price. How much hp will this add without heads
Is this cam advanced at all from a stock orientation
I am installing an Edelbrock performer camshaft. An insert in the instructions tells me to use GM 88862586 which is no longer available. What should I use? GM88862587 says "Use as an Assembly Lube, not Oil Additive" Please advise
are these california smog legal?
I have a 68 corvette with the SB hood. Can the edelbrock performer and performer RPM parts be mix matched to allow for more power? For example can you use the performer intake with the performer RPM cam with the rpm ranges being different?
What type of flat tap lifters does it come with?
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