1957-1985 Chevy 262-400
Camshaft & Lifters
|Duration @ .050"||234°||234°|
|Valve Lift w/ 1.5 Rocker Arms||0.488||0.488|
|Valve Lift @ Cam||0.325||0.325|
|Max Lift Angle||109°||119°|
|Cam Timing @ .050" - Opens||8° ATDC||56° BBDC|
|Cam Timing @ .050" - Closes||46° ABDC||-8° BTDC|
Will this work with stock vortex heads
I have a 350 no bore with this cam and 882 heads what springs do you recommended
Ok it said above its a .488 lift with 1.5 rockers. My question is can I Ron a set of 1.6 roller rockers with this cam and if so how much more lift will this be on the valve side. I have a 69 350 .30 over with flat top pistons with 4 valve releifs.thanks
Does this cam require valve spring upgrade?
If the rpm range is 3000 to 6200 how would a 1500-2000 stall work with this cam?
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