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    Arrow Hydraulic Roller Blower Cam

    Crane Cam
    Hydraulic Roller Blower Cam
    P/N 139651
    Grind No. HR-306-2S-14 IG
    Engine Ident. 1967-UP Chevrolet V-8 396 Thru 454 Cu. In.
    with cast iron distributor gear.

    Lift : Intake @ cam : 372 @ valve 632
    Exhaust @ cam : 372 @ valve 632

    Rocker arm ratio : 1.70

    Cam timing : @ .05 lift duration
    Intake 244 degs
    Exhaust 256 degs

    Recommended RPM range with matching components:
    Minimum RPM : 3800
    Maximum RPM : 7200
    Valve Float : 7200


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    Very little wear, if any on this cam. In great condition.
    I have the cam card also for this cam.
    $125.00 + ship.


    Thanks for looking.

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    Phil

    Is this cam for a Gen 6 block?
    What happens on the Delta stays on the Delta

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deltarat View Post
    Phil

    Is this cam for a Gen 6 block?

    NO, see 396-454 specs!!!!!

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    Paging Jerk, please pick up the phone and jump on this cam. Just what you need...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deltarat View Post
    Phil

    Is this cam for a Gen 6 block?
    Hi Terry,

    This is what I found out. Not saying this is set in stone or I'm 110% right but here goes.

    The difference between a gen 4 and gen 6 cam is :

    On a gen 6 the bolt hole pattern is smaller to make room for the retaining ring. so as I see it you would have to get a new timing gear or timing set.
    The gen 4 cam in a gen 6 block will need a cam button on the end of the cam against the timing cover.

    Hope that helps, Thanks, Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerkizoid View Post
    NO, see 396-454 specs!!!!!
    PM'ed ya back Boyd. Thanks, Phil

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    Arrow Make it gone.

    $100.00 + ship!!!

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