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Speedway Small Block Chevy Oval Track Hydraulic Cam, 3000-6500 RPM

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Camshaft Type:
Hydraulic Flat Tappet
RPM Range:
3000 to 6500
Intake Duration:
284
Exhaust Duration:
290
Intake Duration @ .050" Lift:
228
Exhaust Duration @ .050" Lift:
234
Lobe Separation:
106
Speedway Small Block Chevy Oval Track Hydraulic Cam, 3000-6500 RPM

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Q & A (4)

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Our flat tappet hydraulic racing cams offer superior performance and the very best value. These grinds are specifically designed for oval track racing and have been tried and tested! Must be used with a break-in oil additive (sold separately).

Cam Card - 915110591 (PDF) 

Cam Application Chart (GIF)

915-110591 Instructions (PDF)

Item Details

Hydraulic - excellent for street stock/bomber type cars. Great low-end torque.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
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Tyler
Verified Purchaser
Verified Reviewer
Murfreesboro, TN

Great cam would buy again

March 21, 2016
Has been a great product for my team, it has great torque out of the corners
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Ace
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Hemet

Great Cam

April 18, 2012
This is a great part.Alot of torque. I installed in a 350 with vortec heads, torquer 2 intake,2bbl carb, cast exhaust.I have more power then I can use.
Pros:
  • Easy To Install
  • Improves Engine Efficiency
  • Increases Power
  • Durable
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

4 questions : 4 answers

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camshaft question what would be the best cam for my 305 chevy , I want the choppy idle of a race cam. could I use the 3000-6500 speedway cam. I had one in a 30 over 350, loved the sound. it will be going in a 1969 chevy truck that isn't drove all the time . would it work??

flipper
Kingston, TN, USA
March 26, 2014

camshaft question what would be the best cam for my 305 chevy , I want the choppy idle of a race cam. could I use the 3000-6500 speedway cam. I had one in a 30 over 350, loved the sound. it will be going in a 1969 chevy truck that isn't drove all the time . would it work??

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March 27, 2014
EricM
This camshaft would not be recommended for street applications due to the low vacuum, poor street manners, and lack of torque below 2500 RPM. Keep in mind that these issues will only get worse when putting this camshaft in a smaller cubic inch engine like your 305.
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im running this cam on quarter mile high banked track what should i put the timing at , im burning tire off coming out of the corner

sam
anderson ,in.
January 10, 2011

im running this cam on quarter mile high banked track what should i put the timing at , im burning tire off coming out of the corner

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January 12, 2011
Try changing cam timing 2 degrees from where you have now(card calls for 106* put at 108*). You may also try backing ignition timing down 2-3 degrees when track slicks off instead of changing cam timing. Also going to a higher finale gear ratio may help(ex. 6.66 to 6.14).
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I am building a street stock and i will be putting in a chevy 350 with vortec heads engine will be 30 over and so on so here is my question. Our rules state this Maximum allowable lift of any camshaft at the valve is 0.485. Camshaft lift measurement will be taken at the lifter and multiplied by the rocker arm ratio" (i.e.: 0.323"x1.5 = 0.485") will this cam shaft fit under these rules stated. Also we will be running with the 1.5 ratio rockers just like in there math equation there.

Slaws
Indio CA
September 21, 2016

I am building a street stock and i will be putting in a chevy 350 with vortec heads engine will be 30 over and so on so here is my question. Our rules state this Maximum allowable lift of any camshaft at the valve is 0.485. Camshaft lift measurement will be taken at the lifter and multiplied by the rocker arm ratio" (i.e.: 0.323"x1.5 = 0.485") will this cam shaft fit under these rules stated. Also we will be running with the 1.5 ratio rockers just like in there math equation there.

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September 21, 2016
Eric
Expert
This camshaft has .480" lift on the intake and .495" on the exhaust when used with a 1.5 ratio rocker arm so you will be over the maximum .485" lift. We offer camshaft 282122684 which will meet your .485" lift rule.
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Would this a good cam for a bone stock 350 in a hobby stock? our rule book states .450 /.460 lift.I run a 350-powerglide-3.73 rearend.so i spend most of my time between 4200 and 6300 rpm. I just don't want to push the rules.

Beefcake
Canada
October 31, 2016

Would this a good cam for a bone stock 350 in a hobby stock? our rule book states .450 /.460 lift.I run a 350-powerglide-3.73 rearend.so i spend most of my time between 4200 and 6300 rpm. I just don't want to push the rules.

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November 01, 2016
Dan
Expert
This cam would be a good match for you, it is past you max lift and if tore down you would be DQ'd. We do offer another cam that would work well for your class/rules and right at the max. lift. This is a COMP Cam 282-125225 RPM range 3000-6000 .450"/.453" max lift with 1.5 rockers.
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