COMP Cams 12-224-4 Magnum Solid Camshaft, Chevy S/B , 2500-6500 RPM
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Chevrolet 262-400 c.i. 8 cyl. 1955-1998. Solid-Maximum street performance, very rough idle, needs headers, 3000 stall and 9.5:1 minimum compression. SOLID - Magnum: Maximum street performance, very rough idle, needs headers, 3000+ stall and 9.5:1+compression.
- Great high RPM power
- Easy on valve train parts
- Can be used with mild ratio rocker arms & traditional performance valve springs
- Best with aftermarket converter & 9.5:1+ compression
Application1982 Oldsmobile 305
1977-80 Buick 305
1955-86 Chevy 262-400
1971-86 Pontiac 305-350
1967-87 GMC 283-400
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