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Author Topic:   New Cam
Rookieracer76
Member
posted September 19, 2002 04:13 PM
I'm putting a new cam in my 350 sbc. Im putting a new cam in. will stock valve springs hold up with the new cam ? Thanks!


dode
Member
posted September 20, 2002 07:37 AM
What cam is it?

John

ryan
Member
posted September 20, 2002 02:38 PM
In my opinion if you are getting a race cam go for the kit cam/lifters/springs. Also I would buy a cam button I had cam trouble for a while until I found out that my cam was walking forward. To think a 3-4$ part could have saved me hundreds


Rookieracer76
Member
posted September 20, 2002 06:09 PM
The cam is a crane cam firball 302.

Part Number: 114822
Grind Number: H-302 (REPLACES FIREBALL 302H)
Engine Ident: 1957-1987 CHEVROLET V-8 262 THRU 400 CU.IN.



VALVE SETTING: INTAKE .000 EXHAUST .000 ----> HOT

LIFT: INTAKE @CAM 3200 @VALVE 480 ROCKER ARM RATIO
EXHAUST @CAM 3200 @VALVE 480 1.5
ALL LIFTS ARE BASED ON ZERO LASH AND THEORETICAL ROCKER ARM RATIOS

CAM TIMING OPENS CLOSES ADV DURATION
@ .001 INTAKE 39 BTDC 83 ABDC 302
TAPPET LIFT EXHAUST 83 BBDC 39 ATDC 302

SPRING REQUIREMENTS
TRIPLE DUAL OUTER INNER
PART NUMBER 99848

LOADS:
CLOSED 105 LBS @ 1.700 OR 1 45/64
OPEN 280 LBS @ 1.240
RECOMMENDED RPM
RANGE WITH MATCHING COMPONENTS
MINIMUM RPM 3000
MAXIMUM RPM 6000
VALVE FLOAT 6500

CAM TIMING OPENS CLOSES MAX LIFT DURATION
@ .050 INTAKE 7 BTDC 41 ABDC 107 ATDC 228
TAPPET LIFT EXHAUST 51 BBDC (3) BTDC 117 BTDC 228



Geffy95x
Member
posted September 21, 2002 09:19 AM
If your on a budget you should just get the springs you have quickly checked for pressure, Head shops are usually pretty good for this, If they all look good slap em in and go racin buddy.


Rookieracer76
Member
posted September 21, 2002 10:24 AM
I just stripped down the motor but i cant get the balancer off. whats a easy way to take it off ? thanks!


carscomefirst
Member
posted September 21, 2002 10:49 AM
Or just buy new ones !


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