COMP Cams 24-601-5 Thumpr Hydraulic Camshaft, Mopar 426 Hemi
426 Chrysler Hemi V8, Hydraulic Flat Tappet Camshaft Type, 2000 to 5800 RPM Range
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Chrysler 426 Hemi 8 CYL. 1966-1971. Mutha' Thumpr : High performance street/strip, needs 9:1 compression, 2500+ stall, intake, gears and headers, rough idle. Hydraulic Flat Tappet Camshaft. All COMP Cams Camshafts are manufactured to the strictest tolerances. Rigorously tested and checked for quality.
- Three unique cam designs for each application that deliver excellent horsepower gains & broad torque curve; perfect choice for muscle cars & street rods
- Early intake valve opening & long exhaust duration create optimum overlap for powerful, hard-hitting exhaust note
- Best with aftermarket converters & more rear gear
Application1966-71 Dodge 426
1968-71 Plymouth 426
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