- RPM Range: 1700-4500
- Drops EGT 200-300
- Increased Mid Range power
- Duration at .050″ of lift 188 Intake, 220 Exhaust
- Manufacturer only offer warranty on our cams if our lifters and springs are used.
- For it to be “drop in” on a 12v you will need no more than .018″
piston protrusion and at least .055″ valve face depth with a standard
head gasket and a 99 intake centerline. On a 24v you will need no more
than .018″ piston protrusion and at least .038″ valve face depth with a
standard gasket. If you do not meet the minimum requirements for piston
to valve clearance, don’t worry, you can still run an oversize head
gasket or cut valve reliefs.
- Although this is considered a drop in cam it is important to check clearances
- For the Steel version you will need at least two bushings installed
in the cam tunnel, otherwise the steel could eat into the cast iron
- We always recommend new lifters when changing a cam.
- Drag strip
- Stock class pulling
To make sure that you have no issues during break-in, follow these few suggestions.
- Make sure that the cam has a Liberal amount of quality assembly lube applied
- DO NOT let the engine start without oil pressure
- When this is a new engine, be sure to put a liberal amount of assembly lube in the oil pump and prime the oil filter
sure to change the oil after you have done your break-in procedure.
When the filter and oil system are already primed, engine will get oil
pressure much faster than if the oil is changed at the same time.
the fuel system and spin the engine with the starter until oil pressure
can be read or until oil is coming out of the rocker arms.
- Once oil pressure has been verified, let the engine start and run until up to operating temp
- Adjust valves then you are cleared to abuse your engine. Enjoy the added airflow
you need to re-torque or “hot-torque “the head, do so before adjusting
valves. When you retorque the head, the valve lash setting, so it is
important to set lash last.