COMP Cams K20-603-9 Thumpr Hyd. Roller Camshaft Kit, Mopar 273/360
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Chrysler 273-360 C.I. 8 CYL. 1964-2000. Hydraulic Roller-(Thumpr) High performance street, stock converter ok, best with 2000+ converter and gears, choppy/thumping idle. Thumpr Retro-Fit Hydraulic Roller Camshafts. Complete kit. 3 grinds to fit all of your performance needs. Long exhaust duration. Produces a powerful hard-hitting exhaust note. Excellent horsepower gains and broad torque curve. Delivers real seat of the pants performance. Designed for use with the latest in valve train components.
- 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
Application1971-89 Chrysler 318-360
1964-89 Plymouth 273-360
1964-91 Dodge 273-360
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