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305 Sprint Car Flat Tappet Cam, 3200-7200 RPM
305 Sprint Car Flat Tappet Cam, 3200-7200 RPM

305 Sprint Car Flat Tappet Cam, 3200-7200 RPM

Solid Flat Tappet Camshaft Type, 3200-7200 RPM Range, 284 Intake Duration, 300 Exhaust Duration

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305 Sprint Car Flat Tappet Cam, 3200-7200 RPM
305 Sprint Car Flat Tappet Cam, 3200-7200 RPM
305 Sprint Car Flat Tappet Cam, 3200-7200 RPM
305 Sprint Car Flat Tappet Cam, 3200-7200 RPM
305 Sprint Car Flat Tappet Cam, 3200-7200 RPM
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305 Sprint Car Flat Tappet Cam, 3200-7200 RPM
305 Sprint Car Flat Tappet Cam, 3200-7200 RPM
305 Sprint Car Flat Tappet Cam, 3200-7200 RPM
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  • Tight lash flat tappet
  • Specifically designed for use in 305 sprint car classes
  • Drilled and tapped for rear accessory drive

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Camshaft Type:
Solid Flat Tappet
RPM Range:
3200-7200
Intake Duration:
284
Exhaust Duration:
300
Intake Duration (.050" Lift):
252
Exhaust Duration (.050" Lift):
260
Lobe Separation:
106 °
MFG. Part #:
91515008
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These 284/300 tight lash flat tappet cams are specifically designed for use in 305 c.i. sprint car classes. They are drilled and tapped for your power steering and fuel pumps and the specs should fall into most .530" max lift rules.

These cams must be used with an oil additive.

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Best on 3/8 mile or fast tracks.

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