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Old 03-11-2009, 07:37 AM
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Isky Cam Info?

I am completing a 327 Chevy build that was started by someone else about 5 years ago. All of the machine work was done, new pistons, bearings, turned crank and new Isky Cam and lifters. I want to finish the build but need info on the Isky Cam. I have identified the Cam as a "201" Isky but need to know what the cam is set-up for. I need to know the recommended carb CFM, if it will work in an auto powerglide trans, what is the torque converter stall, etc. Does anyone have a suggestion where I can find such info?

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carb for 327

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I am completing a 327 Chevy build that was started by someone else about 5 years ago. All of the machine work was done, new pistons, bearings, turned crank and new Isky Cam and lifters. I want to finish the build but need info on the Isky Cam. I have identified the Cam as a "201" Isky but need to know what the cam is set-up for. I need to know the recommended carb CFM, if it will work in an auto powerglide trans, what is the torque converter stall, etc. Does anyone have a suggestion where I can find such info?
you can ues a 650 cfm carb will be fine
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... I have identified the Cam as a "201" Isky...
You will need more information on the cam, the part number should be 6 digits, 201XXX
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Spend a dime and call Isky in the morning....
http://www.iskycams.com/contactus.php
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