COMP Cams 11-106-3 Factory Muscle Solid Camshaft, Chevy B/B
Solid Flat Tappet Camshaft Type, 2200 to 6200 RPM Range, 316 Intake Duration, 143S Grind Number
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Chevrolet 396-454 c.i. 8 Cyl. 1965-1996. Solid-Factory I.D. # 3863143 for, 396 cu.in., 1967-69 Z28, Factory 375 H.P. 402 cu.in., 1970, Factory 375 H.P. 427 cu.in., 1967-69, Factory 425/435 H.P. 454 cu.in., 1970 LS-6, Factory 450/465 H.P. 454 cu.in., 1971 LS-6, Factory 425 H.P. All COMP Cams Camshafts are manufactured to the strictest tolerances. Rigorously tested and checked for quality.
- Reproduction of factory original muscle car Camshaft
- Maintain efficiency and drivability of engines
- New computer controlled aided design avoids previous factory design compromises
- Tailored to work with the high compression engines of the 1960s and 70s to produce rough idle
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