COMP Cams 23-742-9 Magnum Solid Roller Camshaft, Mopar B/B
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Magnum Mechanical Roller Camshafts. Mechanical (Solid) Roller Camshaft: Max Street Effort 383, Requires 4000+ Converter, 750-830 CFM Carb, 4.30-4.88 Gear, 440 Needs 3500+ Converter, 800-850 CFM Carb, Headers, 4.10-4.56 Gear. All COMP Cams Camshafts are manufactured to the strictest tolerances. Rigorously tested and checked for quality.
- Great high RPM power
- Easy on valve train parts
- Can be used with mild ratio rocker arms & traditional performance valve springs
- Best with aftermarket converter & 9.5:1+ compression
Application1959-78 Chrysler 383-440
1960-78 Plymouth 383-440
1959-79 Dodge 383-440
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