| Originally posted by CamaroFreak87 |
The cam model is 51006 and it is not on the SLP website. Thanks.
This is information on the 51006 I got from SLP when I bought that same camshaft. (BTW, it's a pretty mild camshaft)
Told to me over the phone by SLP:
intake open 1- btdc
exhaust 50 bbdc
close intake 39 abdc
close exhause 6- atdc
3 degrees advance built into it
Off their web site:
Camshaft Specs: Valve Lift Duration Duration@.050
in: .495" 270 218
ex: .502" 276 224
SLP hydraulic roller camshafts are designed for 5.0L (305) and 5.7L (350) TPI engines in computer controlled, street driven Camaros, Firebirds, Corvettes and Impala SS. We've put a lot of dyno and road testing into these camshafts to ensure good driveability, acceptable idle and compatibility with all electronic engine controls, including the computer Mass Air Flow sensor. Power gains as high as 30 extra horsepower in a Tuned Port 305 and 35 in a 350 can be achieved, depending on the application. Dyno testing has also shown these cams will substantially improve the performance of 305 and 350 engines equipped with four barrel carburetors. SLP cams work equally well in manual or automatic transmission-equipped cars. 1987-97 TPI engines can reuse the factory lifters. All other applications will need to use Speed-Pro roller lifters (Part #HT5000RA), which are not included.
It's almost identical to a crane 119821 in DD2000, according to my two year old notes.
Hope this helps!