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COMP Cams 12-600-4 Thumpr Cam, Small Block Chevy, 2000-5800 RPM
COMP Cams 12-600-4 Thumpr Cam, Small Block Chevy, 2000-5800 RPM

COMP Cams 12-600-4 Thumpr Cam, Small Block Chevy, 2000-5800 RPM

Chevy Small Block V8, Hydraulic Flat Tappet Camshaft Type, 2000 to 5800 RPM Range, Steel

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COMP Cams 12-600-4 Thumpr Cam, Small Block Chevy, 2000-5800 RPM
COMP Cams 12-600-4 Thumpr Cam, Small Block Chevy, 2000-5800 RPM
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Camshaft Type:
Hydraulic Flat Tappet
RPM Range:
2000 to 5800
Intake Duration:
279
Exhaust Duration:
297
Lobe Separation:
107 °
Intake Duration @ .050" Lift:
227
Exhaust Duration @ .050" Lift:
241
MFG. Part #:
12-600-4
GTIN Code:
036584175254
Material Type:
Steel

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Have you ever been to the races and heard how nasty the cams sound? COMP Cams has developed the Thumpr series of cams that give you every day drivability, but have that nasty race engine sound. Pick the cam that fits your application, add a set of COMP Cams hydraulic lifters and you will be the talk of the town.

High performance street, stock converter ok, best with 2000+ converter and gears. Choppy/thumping idle.

Thumpr Application Chart (GIF)

282-126004 Specs (PDF)

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