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CamCraft cams question


Jordan94

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I'm looking at the 3.0L cams on Camcraft cams web site and wondering what cam to run on my motor there seems to be a list of different part numbers which cam should be run on the 3.0L??
3.0L V6 1.6 rocker ratio (except roller cam)

Cam and lifter kit $245.00 + shipping

All new designs for 2001 (advertised duration is checked @ .004!!)

183-9802 248/252 198/202 .448/.448 109

183-0206 252/256 202/206 .448/.448 110

183-0606 256/256 206/206 .448/.448 110

We can regrind your roller cam to increase your performance.

Reground 3.0L roller cam $165.00 exchange + $50.00 core charge
 


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those are different durations. The bigger the number the longer the duration. All of the cams have the same lift of .448. Basically each one is a little more radical than the last. I'm not sure of the factory duration but you might want to see what it is to compare.

If you're not doing head work than the first one is probably going to be your best choice. If you're gonna start porting then I would start considering the other two.
 


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