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Sbc Roller Cam Made For Large Cu In Nos 60mm on

US $550.00

Amherst, Virginia, United States

Amherst, Virginia, United States
Condition:Used Brand:bullet Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

The spec are in the picture ran in my 440sbc 3 stage nos build ran a 4.87 true 10inch slick.625 hp of nos with all stages on car weight around 2700 lbs with driver.This cam cost over 1000 dollars and use a .850 lifter wheel....It has a c firing order and works with SBX Little Chief splaved and dart buick heads. proven grind can give you ino on engine specs if you purchase. has about 70 passes on it.gong back to 18 degree stuff to get more races the heads scared people.

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