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Possible Cam Number Comp CAms sloid magnum series

I bought a 327 awhile back and it has a comp cams solid lifter cam . The guy that built the motor said it was a 286 duration series and (I think it was a 480 lift.) The cam was purchased around 8 years ago, so then i tried to look at the current magnum solid series which it wasnt there. if you need any ore info please let me know

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There are two Comp cams in the current lineup that use 286 degrees on the intake side, but both are circle track cams with way more lift than what you're thinking. 12-657-5 and 12-654-5 are the numbers.

If you really need to know exactly what the cam is, pull it from the motor and see the part number stamped into the rear face of the rear journal. With that number, you can call Comp and get the details on the cam timing.
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