Post Tagged with: "camshaft"

Engine & Exhaust / Product Profiles / Tech

Plus is the New E: Summit Racing E303 Plus vs. Ford E303 Camshaft Comparison

How much is a cam swap worth on a 5.0L Mustang? Obviously, the next question should be: What cam swap are we talking about? The Ford Performance “Alphabet Cams” When […]

Product Profiles

Summit Racing Muscle Car Camshafts for Ford, Mopar, Oldsmobile & Pontiac

Nostalgia is a big part of the whole muscle car movement. The time-honored approach is to recreate a car or engine that captivated us during our formative years. Perhaps it […]

Engine & Exhaust / Tech Articles

How to Read a Cam Card to Understand Camshaft Specs

The world of high performance engines can be a very confusing place, where terms and specifications seem to be full of obscure references that appear to make no sense. But […]

Engine & Exhaust / Tech / Tech Projects

Ask Away! with Jeff Smith: How to Make a Flat Tappet Cam Live

I have a survivor ‘66 Corvette 427. I selected the Factory Muscle solid flat tappet cam as I was trying to stay as true to the original build as possible. […]

Engine & Exhaust / Q&A

Mailbag: Lowering ETs with a New Cam & Intake Manifold

Q: My current project is giving me trouble. I have a 1953 Chevy 1/2-ton truck with a 283 at .030 overbore and .010 under rods and mains. I’m running early […]

Engine & Exhaust / Q&A

Ask Away! with Jeff Smith: Calculating Valve Spring Clearance for Existing Cam

I bought a set of TFS valve springs (PN 16918-16) for my Summit 8702 cam for an LS engine and I realized these springs are only good up to a […]

Engine & Exhaust / Q&A

Ask Away! with Jeff Smith: Cam Swap Tech for 5.3L LS/Vortec Engines

I’ve seen in a 4.8L LS engine story where you used a COMP short duration hydraulic roller cam and the engine made really good power. That cam, if I recall […]

Engine & Exhaust / Q&A

Mailbag: Recommending Parts for a 350 Engine Swap into a ’66 Chevy II SS

Q: My current restoration project is a 1966 Chevy II SS. I need your help to pick out the parts I need for the engine. The engine is a 350 […]

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Ask Away! with Jeff Smith: How Camshafts Relate to Exhaust Smell

I have a ’68 383 Road Runner, I bought it as a non-running car and it had a considerable cam in it when I got it—I think it is the […]

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How a Camshaft is Made: A Tour of the Summit Pro LS Cams Factory

Summit Racing has its own line of Pro LS Camshafts designed specifically for GM/Chevy LS and Vortec engines. The camshaft development team told us they did their homework when designing […]