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on the distributor end it reads

151


D 227
is it a mild cam?
high performance?
doesnt say anything about manufacturer
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It's the 350hp/327 high performance stock cam IF that is what it is?

A good old cam, imho.. I ran one in my 350SS L-48 engine as a daily driver for years.

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I asked questions about this cam a while back. The bottom line was that it was a hydraulic cam that was "similiar" to 327/365 cam for the hi-po guys that did not want to mess with adjusting valves.
 

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Yes, a hydraulic version of the old 30-30 solid lifter stock "fuelie" cam..

But NOT near as "knarly" at 222 vs 254 duration at .050" lift...

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Yes, a hydraulic version of the old 30-30 solid lifter stock "fuelie" cam..

But NOT near as "knarly" at 222 vs 254 duration at .050" lift...

pdq67
Speaking of "knarly", I just got my transverse muffler exhaust installed. Man what a difference it made in the 30-30 sound after the chambered sound!:hurray:
 

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What's the raised casting number between the lobes? If it isn't 3152, it's not a GM "151" cam. :)
 

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i looked for a raised casting number on the cam. it was dark and the only numbers i seen were stamped at each end but did not see very well. so when i fix the bulb in the garage i will take a closer look:p
 
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