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Huggins Cams CHS285/295-06 RaceSaver 305 Sprint Camshaft
Huggins Cams CHS285/295-06 RaceSaver 305 Sprint Camshaft

Huggins Cams CHS285/295-06 RaceSaver 305 Sprint Camshaft

305 Chevy Small Block V8, Solid Flat Tappet Camshaft Type, 3500-7800 RPM Range

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Huggins Cams CHS285/295-06 RaceSaver 305 Sprint Camshaft
Huggins Cams CHS285/295-06 RaceSaver 305 Sprint Camshaft
Huggins Cams CHS285/295-06 RaceSaver 305 Sprint Camshaft
Huggins Cams CHS285/295-06 RaceSaver 305 Sprint Camshaft
Huggins Cams CHS285/295-06 RaceSaver 305 Sprint Camshaft
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Huggins Cams CHS285/295-06 RaceSaver 305 Sprint Camshaft
Huggins Cams CHS285/295-06 RaceSaver 305 Sprint Camshaft
Huggins Cams CHS285/295-06 RaceSaver 305 Sprint Camshaft
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Camshaft Type:
Solid Flat Tappet
RPM Range:
3500-7800
Intake Duration:
285
Exhaust Duration:
295
Intake Duration (.050" Lift):
253
Exhaust Duration (.050" Lift):
263
Intake Valve Lift w/ Rocker Arm Ratio:
0.507"
Exhaust Valve Lift w/ Rocker Arm Ratio:
0.507"
Lobe Separation:
106 °
MFG. Part #:
CHS285/295-06
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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Steve Huggins, the sole owner of Huggins Cams, has been in the camshaft business since 1972 with Cam Dynamics. There he was in charge of Production of Camshafts and helped develop and build the oval track program until it was sold in 1982. Steve started his own company, Huggins Cams, in 1983. During his time at Cam Dynamics, he was fortunate to work with professionals of the likes of Bob Glidden, Jack Rousch, Earl Gaerte, and Jere Stahl - as well as racers like Rick Ferkel, Jan Opperman, Bubba Jones, Kenny Weld, Toby Tobias, Doug Hoffman, Sammy Swindell, Steve & Karl Kinser, and Doug Wolfgang. Huggins Cams has taken that knowledge and applied it to every racer's needs with custom cams for specific applications, developed through extensive dyno and track testing.

Since 1992 Huggins Cams has powered 23 national champions out of 27 years. (1992 - 2019)

Application

This is an excellent RaceSaver 305 sprint camshaft. It meets all rules and is drilled/tapped to run your power steering pump. It produces good top-end power.

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