1957-1985 Chevy 262-400
Camshaft & Lifters
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(1) JEGS Hydraulic Flat Tappet Camshaft & Lifters 555-200106
(1) JEGS Lock Plate & Bolt Kit 555-20305
(1) JEGS Break-In/Engine Oil Supplement 555-28060
(1) JEGS Blue RTV 555-28030
(1) JEGS Cam Change Gasket Set 555-210030
(1) JEGS Timing Chain Set 555-20412
Whether for a high-performance car or the vehicle that tows it, JEGS has the camshaft you need. JEGS Hydraulic Flat Tappet Camshafts have single or dual profiles for more peak horsepower and a broader torque range. JEGS Assembly Lube 555-28000 included.
JEGS EZ Kits are designed by JEGS professionals to ensure that you get all the correct parts you need.
Is This For Sound Or Will I Gain Some Power As Well ?
I have a stock small block 327 year is 79 will this work with it???
I have a bone stock 350 in a 83 Chevy 3/4 ton 4x4 4 speed how would this do just putting it in there and not change anything else
WHAT VALVE SPRING WOULD WORK GOOD WITH THIS CAM AND ALSO COULD I USE MY STOCK CONVERTER IN MY 1972 EL CAMINO WITH A 350 TRANS
Will this cam and lifters work with a set of roller rocker arms? And what kinda push rods would i need?
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