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5.7 chevy Stock cam info

Hi all can any one tell me the specs on a stock cam for a 93 full-size chevy 5.7?? It is not a roller cam.

also here is a site that sell 1.6 rocker they are narrow body rockers for the center bolt head BUT they are NON-SELF ALINGING

Can i use a non self aligning set of rockers?


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If it currently has self-aligning rocker arms, you'll need to use self-aligning 1.6's, & you might need to enlarge the hole where the pushrod passes through the head. The 1.6 puts the pushrod a bit closer to the rocker arm pivot, & it might rub on the side of the hole closest to the pivot.

I don't know the full specs for the '93 truck cam, but I believe the intake duration is 179* @ .050 lift.
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1981-1987 non-roller fullsize cars,s wheel and 4 wheel dr. trucks 180/194 dur.@ .050 378/401 lift they did not list the LCA

1981-1987 non-roller full size cars 2 and 4 wheel dr. trucks 194/204 dur. @ .050" 401/423 lift 104 LCA
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