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Chevrolet Performance Hot Cam Package 12480033 on 2040-parts.com

US $543.62
Location:

Marion, Illinois, United States

Marion, Illinois, United States
Condition:New Brand:GM Manufacturer Part Number:12480033

Hydraulic Roller Camshaft Kit
  • LS Hot Cam
  • Lift: .525'' Int. / .525'' Exh. w/1.7 Ratio Rocker Arms 
  • Duration: 219° Int / 228° Exh. @ .050'' Lift 
  • 112° Lobe Centerline
  • Includes LS6 Valve Springs 
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