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Clay Smith Small Block Chevy Tracksmith Flat Tappet Cam/Lifter Kit
Clay Smith Small Block Chevy Tracksmith Flat Tappet Cam/Lifter Kit

Clay Smith Small Block Chevy Tracksmith Flat Tappet Cam/Lifter Kit

350 Chevy Small Block V8

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Burn rubber down memory lane with these chest thumping custom grinds from the early sixties!  Old school sound with new school power.  A true, race type grind, “The Tracksmith” sacrifices some low-end punch for the more top-end performance, Works well with standard transmissions.  These camshaft/lifter kits are designed to retrofit old school engines with modern performance gains.  

  • Low vacuum, canister or pump recommended 
  • SBC 330-358 CID with OEM Double (Camel) Hump heads, unported
  • Max Power for 3.25" Stroke engine at 6500 peak torque 4500
  • For 3.48" Stroke engines peak power at 6200 and peak torque at 4000
  • For peak performance use 1.6 rockers on the intake and 1.5 rockers on the exhaust to gain you another 200 rpm
  • Designed for use with Rams horn manifolds
  • Includes a set of "Hi-Rev" hydraulic flat tappet lifters

“TRACKSMITH” = 280 Advertised Duration / 238 @ .050 / 108 Lobe Center / .427 Gross Lift Based on 1.5 RR

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