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Old 08-05-2010, 06:38 PM
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Camshaft identification

Hi everybody,

One of my friend had a camshaft for free, we need to find what is this camshaft with all the information we have on this camshaft..there it is :

CT HA320.14

343

B or 8 with 1501 (after the B or the 8)

Its a Roller camshaft, we dont know if it's a mechanical or hydraulic one...

One of his friend was mesure the valve lift and there is the result

320
343

With the 1.7 Roller rocker ration it's supposed to give : 544 / 583 lift

Does anybody can help me plz...thanks!!!

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The only thing I can think of is to plug those numbers into Yahoo or Google and see what comes up.

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This is just a shot in the dark, but CC could be CamCraft. Give these guys a call....
http://www.camcraftcams.com/
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Why are you using 1.7 ratio rockers- is this a BBC cam? Chevy LSx? Or?

If it's a roller for a SBC, it comes close to the ZZ4 cam AFA lift goes, ZZ4 Cam Specs are:

112 LSA
109 IC 115 EC
208/221 @ .050"
.474"/.510" with a 1.5 rocker

But w/o knowing what engine the cam is from, who knows. I'm not sure where "CC" comes from, but the first thing that brings to mind for me is "Comp Cam".
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Old 08-31-2010, 08:25 AM
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Why are you using 1.7 ratio rockers- is this a BBC cam? Chevy LSx? Or?

If it's a roller for a SBC, it comes close to the ZZ4 cam AFA lift goes, ZZ4 Cam Specs are:

112 LSA
109 IC 115 EC
208/221 @ .050"
.474"/.510" with a 1.5 rocker

But w/o knowing what engine the cam is from, who knows. I'm not sure where "CC" comes from, but the first thing that brings to mind for me is "Comp Cam".
This camshaft came from a Big Block Chevy engine....I dont have allot of informations...I was trying google and other search engine without any answer!!!! That's why I asket information to The best internet sites for Knowledge ans Tech guy...here Hotrodders

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