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COMP Cams 12-675-4 S/B Chevy Vacuum Solid Lifter Cam, 1300-5800 RPM
COMP Cams 12-675-4 S/B Chevy Vacuum Solid Lifter Cam, 1300-5800 RPM

COMP Cams 12-675-4 S/B Chevy Vacuum Solid Lifter Cam, 1300-5800 RPM

Chevy Small Block V8, Solid Flat Tappet Camshaft Type, 1300 to 5800 RPM Range

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COMP Cams 12-675-4 S/B Chevy Vacuum Solid Lifter Cam, 1300-5800 RPM
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Camshaft Type:
Solid Flat Tappet
RPM Range:
1300 to 5800
Intake Duration:
262
Exhaust Duration:
268
Lobe Separation:
110 °
Intake Duration @ .050" Lift:
224
Exhaust Duration @ .050" Lift:
230
MFG. Part #:
12-675-4
GTIN Code:
036584070238
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There are many things that effect vacuum. Camshaft lobe separation, lifter style, intake manifold, piston rings, compression ratio and overall valve and engine condition. Due to many and varied engine combinations, Speedway Motors offers no warranty on camshaft and or lifters for either performance, vacuum or longevity.

Must be used with break-in oil additive (sold separately).

Vacuum Rule Cam Chart (GIF)

282-126754 Specs (PDF)

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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