Small Block GM
- Valve Lift when using 1.6:1 rocker arm ratio
- This Camshaft Has the Fuel Pump Lobe
- Engine Assembly: For LT1 and L98 engines (pre-1996) the dowel pin in the end of the camshaft may need to be pushed in so extension from end of cam is 0.300"(+/-0.010"), the same as the production part. For 1996 LT1 and LT4 engines, the dowel pin is in the correct position, extending 0.620" from the end of the camshaft.
Performance Roller Cams for Small Block Ford & GM LS Engines
JEGS Hydraulic roller cams are designed for 1989-1995 Small Block Ford 5.0L, 1987-2002 GM Small Block Chevy, and Select 1997-2015 GM LS-Series (Gen III/IV) engines with 3-bolt cam gear sprocket. These cams work with the OEM Hydraulic Roller Tappets & Retainers. Available as camshaft only (roller tappets not included) and kits including roller tappets and guides.
I am wondering if this cam will work with stock vortec heads and rockers or is there too much lift with 1.52 rockers for the valve and valve springs
Will the 200500 work in my 95 350 lt1
ok 12 degrees BTC is what i set it at initually that was my guess and that's where I set it but it runs a little hot.. if I advance it to 16 BTC it doesn't.. could that be a lean issue ?
where should I set my timing using this cam on a 1990 5.0 HO chevy with 2.02 heads
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