COMP Cams K21-233-4 Xtreme Energy Solid Camshaft Kit, Mopar 383/440
Chrysler Big Block V8, Solid Flat Tappet Camshaft Type, 290 Intake Duration, Is Locks Included
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Chrysler 383-440 C.I. 8 CYL. 1959-1980. Solid-Max Effort Street/Bracket Race Cam, 10.5:1 Compression, 3500+ Stall & Low Gears. Xtreme Energy Mechanical Flat Tappet Camshafts. All COMP Cams Camshafts are manufactured to the strictest tolerances. Rigorously tested and checked for quality.
- Quicker opening lobe profiles deliver increased responsiveness & more area under the lift curve
- More vacuum allows an increase in duration for improved performance & assists power brakes
- Excellent performance in street carbureted applications
- Best performance with aftermarket intake manifolds, headers, lower gear ratios, etc.
Application1959-78 Chrysler 383-440
1960-78 Plymouth 383-440
1959-79 Dodge 383-440
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