SBC Roller Button and Camshaft Lockplate Kit
Chevy Small Block V8, Steel
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- (1) Small Block Chevy Roller Cam Button
- (1) Camshaft Lockplate and Bolt Kit
Small Block Chevy Roller Cam Button
Engines without a cam thrust plate must use a cam button spacer when using a roller lifter camshaft to limit lateral movement (cam walk). These horsepower saving needle bearing cam buttons reduce friction and prevent cam walk, inaccurate timing, and premature timing chain wear.
- Uses a Nylatron Bushing
- A must with roller lifter camshafts
- Horsepower saving
- Reduce friction
- Prevent cam walk
- Prevent inaccurate timing
- Prevent premature timing chain wear due to cam walk
- Fits: 1978-86 Chevy 90° V6 (200 thru 262 c.i.) and 1955-95 Chevy small block V8 (262 thru 400 c.i.)
Camshaft Lockplate and Bolt Kit
Camshaft lock plate with three grade 8 cam bolts. V8 and V6 Chevy. Bolts are 5/16-18 X 7/8 USS Course Grade 8
- Camshaft lockplate
- Bolt kit
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What's In The Kit
Small Block Chevy Roller Cam Button, 0.795 Inch LongPart # 91599164Qty x 1
Camshaft Lockplate and Bolt KitPart # 450200LPQty x 1
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Q & A
What happens when you advance or retard a camshaft? In this tech article, we explain the pros and cons of installing your cam straight up, advancing or retarding.
Learn the basics to engine performance like; how does a cam work? What is Valve lift, duration, lobe separation angle, and cam profiles? Afterwords selecting the right camshaft will be less of a guessing game!
Learn how to re-build a junkyard Small Block Chevy. A step-by-step guide on how to select a SBC, machine the valve guide bosses down, and what parts to use to upgrade to your personal liking.
A guide on how to check piston to valve clearance to prevent interference. See what tools are used to make this process easier.
Rebuilding an engine? Stay organized by using a valvetrain rocker arm organizer tray while disassembling the valvetrain components. Learn some tips on why you shouldn't mix up lifters if you intend on using them again.
Follow along as Jeff installs Mr. Gasket aluminum finned valve covers and gaskets to his iron-head engine. Learn how to prep the covers for a fresh coat of engine paint!
To get the longest life and most performance out of your engine, it's important to have the valve lash set correctly. Here we show you how to set valve lash on a small block Chevy using a hydraulic lift camshaft.