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350/383 marine scropion cams

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350/383 marine scropion cams

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looking to see if somebody has the spec's on this cam ,, I have 1 apart for a long time and have mixed the cam up with some stock vortec rollers I can't seen to find the difference thanks for any help on this
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Re: 350/383 marine scropion cams

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Probably the cost is the difference...lol

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Is there a fuel pump lobe on all the cams?
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Re: 350/383 marine scropion cams

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It is a Crane hyd roller grind.. 222/230 @.050. 112 or 114 lsa. .509in -.528"ex (approx) Made for Mercury.. A near identical cam is listed in the Crane online catalog.

You can measure the in/ex cam lobes lift using a dial caliper. Major dia minus Minor diameter of the cam lobes.

Measure and post the in/ ex cam lobe lifts.
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