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Comp Cams Small Block Chevy Roller Cam
Comp Cams Small Block Chevy Roller Cam

Comp Cams Small Block Chevy Roller Cam

Solid Roller Tappet Camshaft Type

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Camshaft Type:
Solid Roller Tappet
GTIN Code:
036584062967
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COMP Cams Xtreme Energy camshafts are built to take advantage of the latest cam technology, to provide maximum performance. Whether your use is off-roading, towing, or street performance, there is an Xtreme Energy cam available for you. By using an aggressive lobe profile, these cams provide better throttle response and more top-end horsepower than equivalent cams from other manufacturers, while delivering increased engine vacuum.

This cam is a roller cam for Small Block Chevy.

  • INTAKE LIFT: .582"
  • EXHAUST LIFT: .588"
  • ADVERTISED DURATION: 292 INT, 297 EXH
  • DURATION AT .050 VALVE LIFT: 254 INT, 260 EXH
  • POWER RANGE 3200-7200 RPM
  • BASE CIRCLE: Standard

COMP Cams suggests this cam for "Pro-Street" type applications, with 11:1+ compression ratio, and 3500 RPM stall convertor.

12-773-8 Specs (PDF)

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