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Clay Smith Hydraulic Cam/Lifter Kit, 282/296 Small Block Chevy 327-350
Clay Smith Hydraulic Cam/Lifter Kit, 282/296 Small Block Chevy 327-350

Clay Smith Hydraulic Cam/Lifter Kit, 282/296 Small Block Chevy 327-350

327 Chevy Small Block V8, 350 Chevy Small Block V8, Hydraulic Roller Tappet Camshaft Type

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Clay Smith Hydraulic Cam/Lifter Kit, 282/296 Small Block Chevy 327-350
Clay Smith Hydraulic Cam/Lifter Kit, 282/296 Small Block Chevy 327-350
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Camshaft Type:
Hydraulic Roller Tappet
Intake Duration:
Exhaust Duration:
Lobe Separation:
108 °
Intake Duration (.050" Lift):
Exhaust Duration (.050" Lift):
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These camshaft / lifter kits are perfect for use with SBC 330-358 CID with OEM Double (Camel) Hump heads, unported. Max Power for 3.25" Stroke engine at 6500 peak torque 3800. For 3.48" Stroke engines peak power at 6200 and peak torque at 3500. Use of Louis tool and 1.6 ratio will gain you another 200 rpm. Old school sound with new school power. Designed for use with Rams horn manifolds. Cam is designed to retrofit old school engines with modern performance gains.

  • Adv. - 282 / 296
  • .050" - 223 / 237
  • .100" - 192 / 206
  • .200" - 143 / 155
  • .300" - 86 / 96
  • Lift - .545 / .534
  • Centerlines - 104 / 112
  • Lobe Sep. - 108
  • Includes a set of tie-bar style hydraulic roller lifters
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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Each kit from Speedway Motors is carefully packaged and delivered right to your door. Below is a list of all the items you should expect to receive when you order this kit. Some of these items may also be available for sale individually if you're here looking for replacement parts.
  • Clay Smith 282/296 Cam
    Qty x 1
  • Clay Smith Cams SBC Street Series Hydraulic Roller Lifters
    Qty x 1

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  • What happens when you advance or retard a camshaft? In this tech article, we explain the pros and cons of installing your cam straight up, advancing or retarding.
  • Learn the basics to engine performance like; how does a cam work? What is Valve lift, duration, lobe separation angle, and cam profiles? Afterwords selecting the right camshaft will be less of a guessing game!
  • One of the most important parts of your racing operation is the engine. This article gives a detailed overview on how to maintain your engine to get the most out of it for as long as possible. Also learn some tips to prolong the life of your engine.
  • Speedway Motors Street Tech Kevin recently installed a Gear Drive on the 454 destined for his '54 Belair.
  • Tim M. has tried to stay true to the vintage route, but sometimes, exceptions must be made. For example, the original oiling system's paper element and canister are functional, but an upgraded system will be more reliable.
  • To get the longest life and most performance out of your engine, it's important to have the valve lash set correctly. Here we show you how to set valve lash on a small block Chevy using a hydraulic lift camshaft.
  • In part 2, you will read about the Generation 4 small block series of V8s that share the same platform as the Generation 3 discussed in part 1.

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