Help with cam specs

CORVETTE SPECIFIC - Applicable to all or most models

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98lux
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Help with cam specs

Postby 98lux » Fri Feb 15, 2013 9:40 pm

Hi all,
Hope someone may be able to help with a cam.

It is a hydrolic roller and came in a 454 create engine, stamped on the end is 970417 then around a bit, 2611, then what apears to be %132.

It was ran in the engine for about 2 hrs, then taken out and the engine was supercharged and put in a race boat.
1968 L36 4 SPEED hmm Big Block
1969 454 4 SPEED hmm Bigger Block

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Postby 98lux » Mon Feb 18, 2013 9:55 am

Found it.
hydraulic roller camshafts with
.510 in. intake lift, .540 in. exhaust lift and duration at .050 in.
for intake is 211 and 230 for exhaust,
lobe centerline is 112 degrees
1968 L36 4 SPEED hmm Big Block

1969 454 4 SPEED hmm Bigger Block

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Postby Bazzas77 » Mon Feb 18, 2013 11:13 am

just a small one then, it will have a nice lope but wont really push you back in the seat.

sound similar to this


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Postby 98lux » Mon Feb 18, 2013 5:48 pm

What are the specs on that cam?
1968 L36 4 SPEED hmm Big Block

1969 454 4 SPEED hmm Bigger Block

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Postby Bazzas77 » Mon Feb 18, 2013 7:20 pm

buggered if i can remember , its long gone with the card as well, those lift numbers are close to what it had. very dissapointed with it, so i actually got rid of all the internals/heads/tripower, of that motor and got all new stuff for it. it all went to go into a 396 block that was going to end up in a 32 ford.


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