COMP Cams 12-105-3 Factory Muscle Hydraulic Camshaft, Chevy S/B
327 Chevy Small Block V8, 350 Chevy Small Block V8, Hydraulic Flat Tappet Camshaft Type
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Chevrolet 262-400 c.i. 8 Cyl. 1958-1998. Factory I.D. # 3896929 for, 327 cu.in., 1965-68, Factory 275/300 H.P. 350 cu.in., 1967-69, Factory 295 H.P. 350 cu.in., 1970, Factory 300 H.P. 350 cu.in., 1971, Factory 270 H.P. 350 cu.in., 1972, Factory 200 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
Application1962-72 Chevy 327-350
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