COMP Cams 12-601-4 Mutha Thumpr Cam, Small Block Chevy, 2200-6100 RPM
Chevy Small Block V8, Hydraulic Flat Tappet Camshaft Type, 2200-6100 RPM Range
- Specifically designed for the Small Block Chevy V8 engine
- Has a 2200-6100 RPM range and 107 ° of lobe separation
- Provides with that iconic rough idle that can only be obtained from aftermarket cams
- Intake duration is 287 and exhaust is 305"
- A hydraulic flat tapped style camshaft and has an intake centerline of 102
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 Cam hydraulic lifters and you will be the talk of the town.
High performance street/strip, needs 9:1 compression, 2500+ stall, intake, gears and headers, rough idle.
Thumpr Application Chart (GIF)
282-126014 Specs (PDF)
- Stock springs cannot be used
- 50-State legal on ‘93 & earlier S.B. Chevrolet V8, 262-400 c.i.
- RPM range: 2200-6100
- Valve timing: .006
- Lobe-center angle: 107
- Intake centerline: 102
- Valve lash: intake/exhaust - hydraulic
- Duration: 287 intake, 305 exhaust
- Duration @ .050" life: 235 intake, 249 exhaust
- Valve lift: .489 intake, .476 exhaust
- Lobe lift: .327 intake, .317 exhaust
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