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I have had these 2 big block engines in my garage for 25 years. I took them out the other day to see what i had . I found your web page to be very helpful. One engine has TRW pistons but i could not find them in your listing so if anybody could tell me they are trw l2307f . the other question is a general kinetics cam # c2m-332-b 881 su thanks and great web site

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TRW Forged Dome Pistons
Pn is L2307F +.030 and are 12.5:1 CR, their for the open chamber heads 119CC

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General Kinetics C=chevy 2=big block M=solid lifter 332=advertised duration of intake valve b=second revision of cam grind, this can be different centerline, different exhaust lift or duration. I would assume the 881 u is a cam core number..
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c2m-332-b was a mechanical grind GK produced for use with automatic
transmissions. Basic specs .631 In/Ex lift, 332 dg advertised duration,
286 dg @ .050, 108 dg lobe separation angle, hot lash .027 both IN/EX.
As a side note, been looking for that cam for a nastalgic race car
project if your interested in selling it!
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C2m332b

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I have had these 2 big block engines in my garage for 25 years. I took them out the other day to see what i had . I found your web page to be very helpful. One engine has TRW pistons but i could not find them in your listing so if anybody could tell me they are trw l2307f . the other question is a general kinetics cam # c2m-332-b 881 su thanks and great web site
The C2M332B was the solid lifter cam of choice for Big Block ProStocks of the early 70s, used by Bill Grumpy Jenkins, Wally Booth, Warren Johnson and a myriad of others.
I believe the B version was ground on 108* centers. Itr was 332* duration at .020 lift and I believe .632 lift with 1.7 rockers.
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