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Old 03-30-2012, 02:02 PM
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302 chevy cam into a 327

Was thinkin about a 302 chevy cam into my small journal 327 steel crank any thoughts street car weekends at the track just for fun occasionally

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The factory solid lifter cam that came in the 68-69 302 Z/28 motor was also used in the hiperf solid lifter 11:1 327-365-375hp corvette motor.

its the same "Duntov 30-30 cam" 254-254 .485 .485 114lsa .030-.030 lash.
needs a 4000+ stall and lots of gear. Does not work with low compression.

There are much much better cams to use.
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The 302 standard 30-30 cam p#3849346 in 68 69 is the same cam as the 350 cu in 370 hp in 1969 .4851 in lift int. and .4851 in. lift exh. 254 duration at .050 in. solid lifter ( the cam is not adjusted like a normal small block solid cam The lifters are still on the lobe ramps and are set cold at a certain amount of degrees atdc and btdc the easiest way to set them is running and hot! Its a very good cam but getting rare!

And these 2 chevy 302 optional cams also called off road are:

The first design: 302 Hi Po cam p#3927140 was .493 in lift int. 257 duration at .050", (333 advertised) and .512 lift exhaust, 269 duration at .050" ( advertised 346 )

The second design: 302 Hi Po cam p#3965754 was 248 degree duration at .512" lift intake (advertised 324 degree) and .535" lift and 267 degree duration at .050" (advertised 334)

The 2 chevy 302 optional Hi Po cams are real monsters and not very good on the street!

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I have one of the 30 30 cams and a good block that has never been bored gave 125$ for all of it
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I like the 097 cam myself pt #3736097. Several companies make a knock off. We use em in the skiff motors, set up right they will pull through 6500 rpm in a little small block.
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I have one of the 30 30 cams and a good block that has never been bored gave 125$ for all of it
What do you want to use it in, and how do you want to be able to use it?

Manual or Automatic. Is fuel economy an important part of your build?

Do you mind the occasional lash maintenance of the solid?

What type of fuel do you expect to be able to use with this motor?

Do you have a budget?
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