|Operating Range||1500-6500 RPM|
|Duration Advertised||308° Intake/318° Exhaust|
|Duration @ .050''||234° Intake/244° Exhaust|
|Lift @ Valve||.488'' Intake/.510'' Exhaust|
|Lift @ Cam||.325'' Intake/.340'' Exhaust|
|Lobe Separation Angle||112°|
|Intake Timing @ .050"|| Open 10° BTDC|
Close 44° ABDC
|Exhaust Timing @ .050"|| Open 59° BBDC|
Close 5° ATDC
|Vacuum @ 1000RPM Idle||11"|
For high-performance street applications, Performer RPM Camshafts provide power from 1500 to 6500 RPM. These flat-tappet hydraulic lifter cams are dyno matched to Edelbrock's Performer RPM Manifolds for high-RPM horsepower while maintaining acceptable low-end torque. With 10-12 inches of manifold vacuum at idle, these cams have more lift and duration than most street cams.
What is the material that the lifters are made of.
Will my stock torque converter with this cam
Hi, what is the diameter of the base circle of this cam? Thanks!!!
what's the max valve lift on the heads and what size rocker arm can you use?
My 350 Engine consists of the following parts: Casting # 10066036, Cast Aluminum Pistons- part#12514101, Cam Has a mechanical Fuel Pump Lobe. Cylinder Heads- part # 14034808, Has 8:5:1 compression ratio I believe. Will this Cam set work with my setup?
I would like to know if this cam will work with thiese heads. Part Number: 350-5089
I want to put this in my 72 c20 SBC 350ci It is a stock engine I want to know what other parts do i need to buy to make this cam work besides new bearings and assembly lube
What do I need if I want to install this cam in a stock 305 chevy?
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