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Old 07-09-2005, 07:19 PM
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Speed Pro Cam info

Hi folks... Just bought a 427 BB to go in my Vette (originally a 427 and the casting numbers are correct). I'm trying to find the cam specs. All I know about it is that it's a new Speed Pro (int. - .502 292 deg. / ext. - .527 303 deg.) that his builder used.

Here's the rest of the info I have for now. Gimme some idea what I ended up with. It all looked good to me, but I'm no expert.

- Fresh build. Never installed or run.
- Professionally machined & assembled
- 2 bolt main block bored .030 over (casting #3963512)
- Cast crank reground with new main and rod bearings
- New Speed Pro cam (int.-.502 292deg. / ext.-.527 303deg.) with new cam bearings
- 10:1 forged pistons with chrome moly rings
- Reconditioned rods with ARP bolts
- New high volume oil pump
- Fel Pro gaskets
- Edelbrock Performer Intake
- Chevrolet chrome valve covers
- Pete Jackson gear drive
- Fluid Dampner Balancer
- New flex plate
- Close chamber heads are Ported and Polished (casting #3931063)
- Hardened Seats installed
- New Hydraulic Lifters
- New Pushrods
- Competion Cam Roller tip rocker arms
- New valves, valve springs, and retainers
- New Starter
- New A/C Delco oil filter
- New A/C Delco spark plugs
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Old 07-09-2005, 09:10 PM
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I think I found the cam info.

Pro-3000, CS1015R, Adv Duration 292/302, 214/224 @ .050, .501/.527 lift. 112 degree lobe separation, basic RPM Range 2000-4500.

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Old 07-09-2005, 09:32 PM
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Cam seems a little small for the heads, they like to breathe, but you will have lots of low end grunt and lots of fun with it.
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Old 07-10-2005, 03:04 PM
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if you go to federal mogul .com and then speed-pro you can look that cam and your motor up and find out everything about it.i have the 280 dur. and 480 lift cam.haven't used it yet but my desk to dyno says it has just a little more power than my comp cams magnum 280 that i have been running.had it first.looking forward to using it.
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