Chevy Small Block 262-400
Do I need a special distributed gear for this camshaft???
I have a 1988 Chevy 3500. It has a 350ci & supposedly it has a 8.7.1 compression ratio... Will this cam work? And do I need different springs...?
Would this cam work well in 283? I have 416 305 head and looking to use the 2.5 ram horns or block hugger manifolds.
I have a bad lifter tick on my bone stock 91 Chevy k1500 with the 350 tbi. The intake and exhaust duration are in spec with what I need is this can worth putting in my stock 350 until I can afford a rebuild?
Is this a smooth idling cam? Do you need a stall converter?
Can I keep my stock lifters on my 350
Does it come with the lifters
Can I use the stock torque converter.
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