COMP Cams 12-242-2 Xtreme Energy Hydraulic Camshaft, Chevy S/B
Chevy Small Block V8, Hydraulic Flat Tappet Camshaft Type, 1600 to 5800 RPM Range
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Chevrolet 262-400 c.i. 8 cyl. 1958-1998. For '58-'98 262-400 cid Small Block Engines w/ Flat Tappet Cam - Great For Street Machines, Largest Cam For Stock Converter, Better w/ 2000+ Stall. Hydraulic - Xtreme Energy: Great for street machines, largest cam for stock converter, better with 2000 stall.
- Quicker opening lobe profiles deliver increased responsiveness & more area under the lift curve
- More vacuum allows an increase in duration for improved performance & assists power brakes
- Excellent performance in street carbureted applications
- Best performance with aftermarket intake manifolds, headers, lower gear ratios, etc.
Application1982 Oldsmobile 305
1977-80 Buick 305
1955-86 Chevy 262-400
1967-86 GMC 283-400
1971-86 Pontiac 305-350
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