Small Block Chevy
Use with high stall torque converter only.
Use only stock ratio rocker arms.
|Operating Range||1500-6500 RPM|
|Duration Advertised||296° Intake/300° Exhaust|
|Duration @ .050''||234° Intake/238° Exhaust|
|Lift @ Valve||.539'' Intake/.548'' Exhaust|
|Lift @ Cam||.359'' Intake/.365'' Exhaust|
|Lobe Separation Angle||112°|
|Intake Timing @ .050"|| Open 10° BTDC|
Close 44° ABDC
|Exhaust Timing @ .050"|| Open 56° BBDC|
Close 2° ATDC
Important Application Information:
Rollin Thunder Hydraulic Roller cams are for street high-performance and racing applications only - not for heavy vehicles. Use with Edelbrock Performer RPM heads (or other aftermarket heads), adjustable valvetrain components, screw-in studs, high performance adjustable rocker arms and at least 9.5:1 compression ratio. Headers, high-energy ignitions, lower-than-stock rear gearing and a high-performance torque converter (in auto. transmission equipped vehicles) are necessary.
Will this fit in my 5.7l 350 Vortec that came originally with roller camshaft?
What range torque converter would be ideal with this cam? Going in a 383 stroker with Edelbrock 2099 power package top end kit, 200-4r trans, 3.73 gears, 1987 El Camino
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