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Old 09-28-2009, 03:28 AM
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Originally Posted by pittbull7934
Crower Ultra Performance Compu-Pro Performance Level 4 Camshafts Camshaft - Hydraulic Flat Tappet - Advertised Duration 288 - 296 - Lift .497 - .504 - Chevy - Small Block
Brand: Crower, Mfr Part#: 00244

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Specifications: * Advertised duration: 288 intake/296 exhaust * Duration at .050 in. cam lift: 234 intake/246 exhaust * Gross valve lift: .497 in. intake/.504 in. exhaust * Lobe separation: 112 degrees * Recommended compression ratio: 11:1 * RPM range for 350 level four: 2000 to 6200 rpm * 11:1 compression ratio recommended

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While using solid lifters with a hydraulic cam has and is being done, it's not recommended but since you have solid lifters, you will always have a "ticking" sound because you have to adjust these with a lash setting. Because of the mismatch, I would set the lash at .022 on both intake & exhaust. The only way to get it quite is to change to hydraulic lifters and then you can adjust them to "0" lash.
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