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Isky Racing Cams 217700 Isky 77-B 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft
Isky Racing Cams 217700 Isky 77-B 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft

Isky Racing Cams 217700 Isky 77-B 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft

260 Intake Duration, 260 Exhaust Duration, 111 ° Lobe Separation

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Isky Racing Cams 217700 Isky 77-B 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft
Isky Racing Cams 217700 Isky 77-B 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft
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Intake Duration:
260
Exhaust Duration:
260
Lobe Separation:
111 °
Intake Duration @ .050" Lift:
220
Exhaust Duration @ .050" Lift:
220
MFG. Part #:
217700
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This is the cam of choice of choice if you are building a basic street flathead. The 77-B is a low speed and midrange power cam with a good idle. A stock carburetor can be used with this cam. Make sure you check valve to head clearance before installing heads. 

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3/4 Race - Good idle, good low-mid range power.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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