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COMP Cams 12-823-14 4/7 Swap S/B Chevy Solid Roller Cam, 4000-7000 RPM
COMP Cams 12-823-14 4/7 Swap S/B Chevy Solid Roller Cam, 4000-7000 RPM

COMP Cams 12-823-14 4/7 Swap S/B Chevy Solid Roller Cam, 4000-7000 RPM

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COMP Cams 12-823-14 4/7 Swap S/B Chevy Solid Roller Cam, 4000-7000 RPM
COMP Cams 12-823-14 4/7 Swap S/B Chevy Solid Roller Cam, 4000-7000 RPM
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Camshaft Type:
Solid Roller Tappet
RPM Range:
4000 to 7000
Intake Duration:
288
Exhaust Duration:
296
Lobe Separation:
106 °
Intake Duration @ .050" Lift:
252
Exhaust Duration @ .050" Lift:
258
MFG. Part #:
12-823-14
GTIN Code:
036584083979
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This is garage sale priced because it has been discontinued.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items    

 

Mechanical roller tappet camshaft for oval track applications by COMP Cams. Cam features a 4/7 swap firing order (18736542 firing order) which exchanges the 4 and 7 camshaft lobe timing in small block Chevy V8s. This provides a smoother application of force to the crankshaft. Some 4/7 swap engines will experience horsepower gains, but all of them will gain an exceptionally smooth torque curve with this new firing order technology.

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  • What happens when you advance or retard a camshaft? In this tech article, we explain the pros and cons of installing your cam straight up, advancing or retarding.
  • Learn the basics to engine performance like; how does a cam work? What is Valve lift, duration, lobe separation angle, and cam profiles? Afterwords selecting the right camshaft will be less of a guessing game!

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