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Old 02-21-2017, 10:25 PM   #1
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Good evening, I recently purchased a WS6 that currently has performance cam. Before I actually started modding the question I wanted to know if I could please get some more information about it since I'm new to cammed vehicles.

cam specs: .558/.578 lift, advertised duration 279/290, 218/230 duration @.050" lift, 112 degrees of lobe separation.
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Good evening, I recently purchased a WS6 that currently has performance cam. Before I actually started modding the question I wanted to know if I could please get some more information about it since I'm new to cammed vehicles.

cam specs: .558/.578 lift, advertised duration 279/290, 218/230 duration @.050" lift, 112 degrees of lobe separation.
https://ls1tech.com/forums/generatio...cam-guide.html
Part of one of the stickies in the Gen III Internal section explaining cam basics (Duration, Lift, LSA, Advance, etc), what they mean, and how they work.
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