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01-03-2016 05:04 PM
VJC your cam was a 310 hi hyd from isky


adv dur 310
dur @.050 244
lift .510
3000 to 7000 rpm range

had the same cam for my small block chevy great cam

Rich or Nolan from isky can grind a new one for your mopar
09-14-2008 10:34 PM
Isky 1012b

I can't recall the specs on this old cam and I searched here and on the Isky site with no info. Just curious, I think it was 310 duration and .510 lift but I'm not sure. The wife and I got married and the hotrod Plymouth was our only car at the time. Fortunately I had a little common sense and took it easy with the car untill we were able to acquire another ride. I wasn't tired of wrenching on it but the new wife had other plans.

I didn't have any trouble with the Yenko's and Baldwin's but I did get embarassed by a ZL1 at the strip.

Times have changed from 40 years ago and I was just wondering how it would spec with the Comp Cams XE276HR I have in my RX7. Now the LSx cams are showing large durations and lift, times have certainly changed.

I know it's apples and oranges, Mopar and Chevy, big block and small block, but if any of the old Sox and Martin / Dick Landy fans could offer the specs, I would appreciate it. I've got the plate that came with the cam that you should stamp the specs on but I never did. I've probably got the card but I can't find it.

Thanks, Jim.

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