Originally Posted by F-BIRD'88
Measure the lobe lift of the cam to ID it. Or stick it back in the motor and degree it
to determine the specs. Any ID/Part# grind # info numbers will be stamped on he end of the camshaft. CWC ='s Camshaft machine company. They make the camshaft cores. They don't grind the cam profile.
New cam choice:
What car? what gear ratio? what do you want the motor to do different, than before? Exhaust system?
Whats done to the 305 heads?
I would swap that intake for a Performer RPM dual plain hi-rise manifold.
Big difference in usable torque.
1973 Chevy Nova, 3.08, Nothing special, just sound nice if alittle power can be added without changing springs or pistons GREAT!!, Headers with Stock pipes to the back, not sure whats done to the 305 heads car was sold by wife since husband passed away..