COMP Cams 54-303-11 LST Series Hydraulic Roller, Stage 2 LS3
LS3 Chevy LS V8, Hydraulic Roller Tappet Camshaft Type, 3000-7500 RPM Range, Billet Steel
Best LS3 cam when looking for maximum HP with stock pistons. Awesome power from 3500-7500 RPM, but must use CK or MK Kit for valve train stability. AFM & VVT delete.
- Stage 2 LST Cam for LS3 Corvette/Camaro w/ Manual Transmission
- Cam Type: Hydraulic Roller
- Basic Operating RPM Range: 3,000-7,500
- Intake Duration at .050 Inch Lift: 237
- Exhaust Duration at .050 inch Lift: 248
- Advertised Intake Duration: 292
- Advertised Exhaust Duration: 297
- Lobe Separation: 113
- Intake Valve Lift: 0.663
- Exhaust Valve Lift: 0.638
- Lifters Included: No
- Valve Springs Required: Yes
- Assembly Lubricant Included: No
- Camshaft Gear Attachment: 3-Bolt
- Camshaft Material: Billet Steel
- Lifter Style: Hydraulic Roller
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