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Edelbrock 2215 LS1 Performer RPM Hydraulic Roller Cam, 1500-6500 RPM
Edelbrock 2215 LS1 Performer RPM Hydraulic Roller Cam, 1500-6500 RPM

Edelbrock 2215 LS1 Performer RPM Hydraulic Roller Cam, 1500-6500 RPM

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Edelbrock 2215 LS1 Performer RPM Hydraulic Roller Cam, 1500-6500 RPM
Edelbrock 2215 LS1 Performer RPM Hydraulic Roller Cam, 1500-6500 RPM
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GTIN Code:
085347022151

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Edelbrock LS1 camshaft for 1997 and up Corvettes and 1998-2002 Camaro/Firebird LS1/LS6 based engines. This cam features more aggressive profiles than conventional cams without excessive valve overlap. Intended for use with OEM or Edelbrock hydraulic roller tappets. Dyno testing has resulted in 25HP gain over stock!

Note: This camshaft is designed to be used in engine swap applications using a CARBURETOR ONLY. It is not intended to be used in factory EFI-equipped LS1 vehicles.

325-2215 Instructions (PDF)

Application

  • For 1997 and up Corvette
  • 1998-2002 Camaro/Firebird
  • LS1/LS6 based engines

Specs

Duration at 0.006" Lift -

  • Intake: 300°
  • Exhaust: 300°

Duration at 0.050" Lift -

  • Intake: 220°
  • Exhaust: 224°

Lift at Cam -

  • Intake: 0.300"
  • Exhaust: 0.300"

Lift at Valve -

  • Intake: 0.510"
  • Exhaust: 0.510"

Timing at 0.050" lift -

  • Open intake: 2° BTDC
  • Closed intake: 38° ABDC
  • Open exhaust: 44° BBDC
  • Closed exhaust: 4° BTDC

Centerlines -

  • Lobe separation 111°
  • Intake centerline 108°

RPM range: 1500-6500

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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