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01-04-2010 10:12 PM
6sally6
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Originally Posted by gas_guzzler
Thanks very much. It comes with a new set of lifters (for about the same price of the cam alone). I have a set of compcams springs that were used on a cam with a little bit more lift than this, I might get them checked out to see if they're ok. If not I'll definately look into those springs.

How lopey would this cam be in a 307 chev (with ported world s/r 58cc heads and 1.6:1 roller rockers)? The only comp cam I could find that was close to this (although definately not the same) was the 30-30 hydraulic. I've seen 302 camaros on utube with the 30-30 cam would it be similar? I was hoping for a 108-110 LSA but I'm sure this will still perform very well.
IF the duration is 232/245 @0.50 even with the 112LSA it will have a nice "gallop".....not Pro-Mod sound but nearly circle track lope. Lotsa duration for a 307.
6sally6
01-04-2010 05:45 PM
gas_guzzler
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Originally Posted by F-BIRD'88
I believe its 112.. uses new hydraulic flat tappet lifters.

requires a high perf stock diameter replacement valve spring EG: Lunati #73943

Thanks very much. It comes with a new set of lifters (for about the same price of the cam alone). I have a set of compcams springs that were used on a cam with a little bit more lift than this, I might get them checked out to see if they're ok. If not I'll definately look into those springs.

How lopey would this cam be in a 307 chev (with ported world s/r 58cc heads and 1.6:1 roller rockers)? The only comp cam I could find that was close to this (although definately not the same) was the 30-30 hydraulic. I've seen 302 camaros on utube with the 30-30 cam would it be similar? I was hoping for a 108-110 LSA but I'm sure this will still perform very well.
01-04-2010 07:41 AM
F-BIRD'88 I believe its 112.. uses new hydraulic flat tappet lifters.

requires a high perf stock diameter replacement valve spring EG: Lunati #73943
01-04-2010 04:02 AM
gas_guzzler Is any one able to help me with this pleease? It seems strange I can't find any info...
01-02-2010 08:28 PM
gas_guzzler
Holley systems max camshafts

I've come across a cam for sale but there seems to be no info anywhere about this cam. Here is the sellers description:

Holley Systems Max hydraulic performance camshaft and lifter kit #300-774, grind #41R988, duration @ .050" lift 235 & 242, lift at valve .473" & .488", new in box.

#588/2.


It isn't on the holley website. Does anyone know what the LSA is on this cam? And I presume the lifters would be up to the job? (street/strip car)

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