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Old 03-16-2011, 05:49 PM
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Hi people,I have a question i have a 1967 302/350/327block with a 283 billet crank,rods 202 heads motor was machined and built by Dewco racing dome pistons 13.1 compression hyd roller cam. so anyway i pulled cam out to check out motor ect...bought a gear drive and i want to degree cam ect.. i dont know spects numbers on cam are 19566 94c1c A 280 290. i dont know the lift and i want to degree cam when i put in back in could someone help me find info on cam?

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hi i have a 1967 chevy 302/327/350 block engine built from Dewco racing with a 283 billet crank, rods forge bome pistons 13.1 motor hyd roller cam. i pulled cam out to check ect... i bought a gear drive and i want to degree cam i dont know cam id the cam numbers are 119566 94c1c 280/290 thats all i know could someone help me id this cam
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As a Moderator here ... I am going to move this to the engine area ... where hopefully ... more engine knowledgeable members tend to hang out.

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119566 fits the format for a Crane # but I couldn't get it to come up on a search using their web site. You may want to call them, it could be a custom grind.

With a degree wheel you can always degree it all out to find out what it is. Once you determine the duration and lobe seperation then you can decide what intake lobe centerline you want to install it at.
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Old 03-17-2011, 05:55 AM
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