Howards Cams CL110931-11 Camshaft and Lifter Kit, 55-98 Chevy 262-400
Hydraulic Flat Tappet Camshaft Type, 1,100-5,200 RPM Range, 213 Exhaust Duration (.050" Lift)
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All Howards Cams use the highest-grade race quality cores available. All hydraulic and mechanical flat tappet camshafts are 100% Rockwell checked and Parkerized to ensure the highest quality control standards available anywhere. Howards Cams are manufactured on dedicated high precision CNC cam grinding machines. Most Howards Cams are packaged and shipped in our unique, hard, high impact plastic reusable cases. This ensures that the high quality camshaft that went into the case comes out in the same condition, when delivered, as when it was packed.
Howards Cams hydraulic lifters are designed for maximum performance, offering precision oil control. Use as OE replacements as well as in high performance racing applications.
- Hydraulic Flat Tappet
- 1100-5200 RPM Range
- Fits 262-400 SBC
- Sold as a kit
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