Stage 4 Performance 4.8 5.3 6.0 Truck Motor Camshaft N/a Comp Racing Cam Lsx on 2040-parts.com
Ooltewah, Tennessee, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:LS1-1
UPC:Does not apply
These are the specs for the Stage 4 camshaft 224/230 .553/.547 111+2
This Camshaft is great for truck engines, if you put the larger LS1/LS2 cam in your stock headed lower compression 4.8 5.3 or 6.0, it will be a pig down low and will not make power until 4500 rpm + . With these truck cams, they maintain your bottom end power but still give you that screaming top end that you want from a performance cam. Also way easier on valvetrain components and only .560 lift springs required Pick your stage!!
Intake duration: 224
Exhaust Duration: 230
Intake lift: .553"
exhaust lift: .547"
lobe separation angle : 111+2
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