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Cam ID help

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Shaffy
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Cam ID help

Post by Shaffy » Tue Jun 23, 2020 1:18 pm

Hey guys, been a while since ive been around here but i know this is the place to go if i need some expert help.

Can anyone help me ID this cam that came with a 427 big block im working on? I cant find anything on it..

We are planning on going 4.280 x 4.250 and using the 291 heads that came with it.

wondering if this roller is useful at all..
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Re: Cam ID help

Post by cknight » Tue Jun 23, 2020 7:40 pm

It's a Cam Dynamics camshaft, ground on an 8620 steel core, standard journals and firing order. Call Crane for specs. Chase

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