Chevy Small Block 1987-Present, & LT4
Lunati BareBones Hydraulic Roller Camshafts are designed to produce more usable power from your engine than ever before. BareBones Cams have asymmetrical lobe designs, which allows quieter, gentler valve closing and reduces premature valvetrain wear. Matching the camshaft to quality lifters ensures optimum performance and extends durability. No other hydraulic roller camshaft delivers more durability in a street-friendly low-price package than Lunati's BareBones. Big on performance but bare on price, these cams improve throttle response & acceleration while maintaining good engine vacuum on street machines.
Camshaft & Lifter Kits include Camshaft, Lifters, Assembly Lube, Decals, and Instructions.
Complete Kits include Camshaft, Lifters, Timing Chain & Gears, Valve Springs, Retainers, Locks, Assembly Lube, Decals, and Instructions.
I have a 5.7 from a 92 iroc z with a carb and about to put on vortec heads. Will this kit fit or do I not need all of this?
I have a 2010 Camaro ss 6.2L will this fit my motor?
Have a stock 350 been bored .030 over with flat top pistons. Has stock vortec heads. Would this setup function good with my motor. Turbo 350 2500 stall
Will the stock pushrods work or do I need to measure for new ones after install?
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