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Speedway Small Block Chevy Oval Track Solid Lifter Cam, 2500-6250 RPM

Specs
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RPM Range:
2500-6250
Intake Duration:
287
Exhaust Duration:
297
Lobe Separation:
106
Camshaft Type:
Solid Flat Tappet
Intake Duration @ .050" Lift:
255
Exhaust Duration @ .050" Lift:
265
Notes
Duration @ .020" is 290 intake, 300 exhaust. Valve lash on this cam is .026" hot.
Speedway Small Block Chevy Oval Track Solid Lifter Cam, 2500-6250 RPM

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Our solid flat tappet cams offer superior performance and the very best value. These grinds are tried and tested!

Note: This cam is not drilled for an accessory drive. Many sprint cars use a fuel pump, power steering, or dry sump oil pump mounted to the rear of the engine which is driven off of the back of the camshaft. This requires that the cam be drilled and tapped for the drive spud. Our flat tappet cams DO NOT have this modification. (Our roller cams already have this modification incorporated when manufactured.)

If you are running a sprint or modified that uses a rear cam accessory drive and your local rules dictate that you run a flat tappet cam, you will have to take the cam to a competent machinist and have it drilled and tapped for the drive spud.

Cam Card - 91514103 (PDF)

Cam Application Chart (Link)

Small Block Chevy Camshaft Installation Instructions (PDF)

Item Details

Mechanical - good for street stock stock bomber type car, excellent low end torque, pulls heavy car off the corner well. Works well with 2 bbl carb.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewers.
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Slinger 8j
Garber IA
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awesome cam

June 28, 2012
I have nothing bad to say about this camshaft was very impressed how it pulled of the corners down the straight away car was running mid pack now where running up front.I run a hobby stock race car on a short track and have tried other cams and this one by far was the best.Thank you to speedway motors and there excellent tech staff for recommending this cam!
Pros:
  • Increases Power
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

3 questions : 5 answers

CR and Springs can you tell me the recommened compression ratio range and valve spring seat pressures for Speedway cam grind # 91514103? Thanks

1 answers
dryckol
June 29, 2014

CR and Springs can you tell me the recommened compression ratio range and valve spring seat pressures for Speedway cam grind # 91514103? Thanks

Answers

June 30, 2014
EricM
This camshaft is intended for 8.5 to 10 to 1 compression. Valve springs part number 577810107 work well with this camshaft. They have 125 pounds of seat pressure.

willam this cam pull the vacume im need 16 lb at 1ooo rpm

1 answers
booman
mo
May 23, 2011

willam this cam pull the vacume im need 16 lb at 1ooo rpm

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May 24, 2011
Jason
No, this cam will not work. Try part #282122363, 282122624, 282122684 or 282122404

will this cam work well in a street vehicle with flat top sbc 350 with 10 to 1 compression. I am running a vic jr intake 215cc runner heads and a 650 d.p. carb

3 answers
April 11, 2011

will this cam work well in a street vehicle with flat top sbc 350 with 10 to 1 compression. I am running a vic jr intake 215cc runner heads and a 650 d.p. carb

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February 04, 2013
377tk
Will this cam work well with 10.75 to 1 compression. I will be running it in a 385sbc with 200cc heads and supervic intake? I have a 4000 stall and 3.73 gears. Stall will be changed to 3000
May 04, 2011
Midget Motorsports
It would work, but i wouldn't reccomend it. I would choose a camshaft with a little less duration, and I would also say that your cylinder heads are a little overkill for a street driven 350
April 14, 2011
Jason R.
This cam has specs more designed for oval track racing. We have a large selection of cams better suited for street use.
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