COMP Cams 132-500-12 Tri-Power Xtreme Solid Roller Camshaft,Chevy 6.6L
Solid Roller Tappet Camshaft Type, 1200 to 3800 RPM Range, 246 Intake Duration
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These COMP Cams Tri-Power Xtreme Camshafts have been designed to work with the FAST-FLASH programmers to optimize torque and horsepower and improve fuel efficiency. They are available for late model, fuel injected, computer-controlled engines. The COMP Cams Tri-Power Xtreme Camshafts feature a hydraulic roller design, work with a standard valvetrain, and require no modifications to install.
- Three different Camshaft designs targeted to improve horsepower, torque or fuel efficiency
- By decreasing pumping losses, efficiency & performance are enhanced, regardless of Camshaft selected
- Designed for factory fuel injected engines; use programmer for best mileage gains
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Q & A
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.
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