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1991 corvette l98 camshaft specs

I just tore down a 1991 Corvette l98 with the factory Hydraulic roller camshaft. I can't find information anywhere on the specs for this cam? Does anyone have an idea where I can find it?

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around 200/205 @050 and .420/.430 from what I remember.
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You can find cams spec for the L98 motor here.
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Found it! the numbers- 773.CPC.BC.13 were on the cam. This equates to a model # 10111773 camshaft .413/.428 lift 114.5 centerline, 202/207 duration @ .050. Just for the archives, this cam was used from 1990-92 in the L98 350. and camaro 305 v8.
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