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Speedway LS ASA Camshaft, 2000-6000 RPM Range, 225/236 Dur.
Speedway LS ASA Camshaft, 2000-6000 RPM Range, 225/236 Dur.

Speedway LS ASA Camshaft, 2000-6000 RPM Range, 225/236 Dur.

Chevy LS V8, Hydraulic Roller Tappet Camshaft Type, 2000-6000 RPM Range, 225 Intake Duration

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Speedway LS ASA Camshaft, 2000-6000 RPM Range, 225/236 Dur.
Speedway LS ASA Camshaft, 2000-6000 RPM Range, 225/236 Dur.
Speedway LS ASA Camshaft, 2000-6000 RPM Range, 225/236 Dur.
Speedway LS ASA Camshaft, 2000-6000 RPM Range, 225/236 Dur.
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Camshaft Type:
Hydraulic Roller Tappet
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Intake Duration:
Exhaust Duration:
Intake Duration (.050" Lift):
Exhaust Duration (.050" Lift):
Intake Valve Lift w/ Rocker Arm Ratio:
Lobe Separation:
110 °
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Looking to unleash your LS engine’s potential without spending a fortune? Speedway has the solution for you with economical performance camshafts that break the dyno rather than your bank account. These camshafts are very similar in profile to factory performance camshafts. The LS engine design has been exhalted as a great base for reliable horsepower due to their high flowing head design and rock solid bottom end. The majority of these motors leaving the factory have large horsepower potentials restricted for emissions by economy camshafts. Speedway brings these camshaft offerings to the table to turn an economy or truck motor into a high output engine. These camshafts are not compatible with cyclinder deactivation (AFM, DOD) or variable valve timing, they simply make power. ECU reprogramming will be necessary.

  • Lift measurements given with 1.7 ratio rocker arms (factory ratio)
  • 3 bolt camshafts, may require 3 bolt, 4x reluctor wheel cam gear 355-12586481
  • Not for use in pollution controlled vehicles
  • Intake Duration @ .006" Lift is 289
  • Exhaust Duration @ .006" Lift is 300
  • 2000-6000 RPM range



If your engine currently has an Active Fuel Management/Displacement on Demand system (AFM/DOD), you will need to install an AFM delete kit to use this camshaft

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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