|01-12-2013 02:10 PM|
Thank for your help guys! Starting a new thread about cam selection.
Seems a little off topic for this thread.
|01-11-2013 12:32 PM|
Today I removed the camshaft. I came to the conclusion that it would be better to replace it.
The question is, what would be the best cam for this engine?? And what springs would work with this cam and these heads??
It's a 383 stroker engine with Dart iron eagle SS heads. 72CC chambers. 165CC runners, 2.02 intake and 1,96 exhaust.
Compression end pressure is 184 PSI. I think compression ratio would be arround 1:9,5
|01-10-2013 02:44 PM|
|lmsport||I'm guessing Lunati Bracket Master 300/300|
|01-10-2013 09:38 AM|
I contacted Bullet Racing and this is not their cam...
Tomorrow I will measure the lift on my cam and check the spring height.
|01-07-2013 02:16 PM|
I'd bet a nickel that Greg T has nailed it, Bullet Racing. According to what I see on their site, this would be a hydraulic flat tappet cam. If it were a roller, it would have a HR designation.
Looking up a Crane cam with close to the same specs as the BR cam, I find the following information for parts to be used with that grind. The first two choices listed will fit into the stock OEM spring seats. The third spring shown here will require seat machining to increase diameter of the seat.
Springs, Crane 96802-16, retainers 99915-16, locks 99097-1
Crane Single Valve Springs 96802-16 - SummitRacing.com
(1.260" spring seat diameter)
Springs, Crane 99846-16, retainers 99944-16, locks 99094-1
Crane Single Valve Springs 99846-16 - SummitRacing.com
(1.255" spring seat diameter)
Springs, Crane 99838-16, retainers 99969-16, locks 99094-1
Crane Double Valve Springs 99838-16 - SummitRacing.com
(1.465" spring seat diameter)
|01-07-2013 11:50 AM|
|Hotrod1979||Haven't found it yet..|
|01-06-2013 07:59 AM|
Could be Bullet Racing, maybe?
|01-06-2013 04:33 AM|
I agree 300 is the advertised duration.
You can see if it's a solid or hydraulic and if it's a flat tappet or roller (be sure to not mix flat tappet lifters up- the lifter is married to the lobe it was used on). I suspect it's going to be a flat tappet hydraulic, like 99% of the SBC cams being used today.
Measure the valve lift at the pushrod and see if that, along w/the 300 degrees advertised duration, matches up to anything.
|01-05-2013 05:55 AM|
I checked the number on the back site of the Cam.
The engine is not taken apart..
|01-04-2013 04:26 PM|
|01-04-2013 03:19 PM|
I have to know what kind of camshaft I got in my 383 stroker to order springs for my heads. Found a number on the back of my camshaft but can't find info on it..
The numbers are:
Does anybody know what kind of cam this could be??