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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ridin dirty, Jan 4, 2009.

  1. ridin dirty
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    Where can I find old Trw chevy 327 350 Hp cam specs ? They have to be Trw specs for a chevy cam with a Pt # CK 151 . I looked everywhere for the specs for that cam.
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    I know the feeling, I've been trying to find old Crower and Speed Pro cam part numbers with specs. No luck there either
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    I was wondering if someone had old books here on the hamb ?
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    sorry ,no TRW catalog

    according to the Chevy Performance Parts catalog : .447 lift intake and exhaust , 222 degrees duration at .050 lift , 114 degree lobe centerline. their part number 3863151 . there are more spec's on it in the Chevy Power book if you want


    edit: i have an old Speed Pro catalog and i do see a copy of it , their part # CS-179R
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    my old TRW and wolverine cam books say 327/350 cam specs are

    222/222 @.050 306/306 advertised duration
    .447/.447 lift 110/118 lobe centers 114 lobe seperation
    events @.050 1 41 49 7

    trw part number for this cam is tp240 in my '89 book
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    I bought that same cam back in 89, the dealership i bought it from claimed it was the same as the old 350 hp 327 cam thats how it was listed in there book a little while
    after that they called it a computer smoothed or improved desighn. but was pretty much the same cam.
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    The CK 151 was a Cam Kit which contained a TP 151 Cam.
    The Specs are Valve Lift, I&E, .460, Cam Lift, I&E, .307, Duration I&E, 302 deg, Overlap 74 deg. Timing Events Intake Open BTDC 7 deg. Close ABDC 45 deg. Exhaust OpenBBDC 55 deg., Close ATDC 3 deg. with 1,5 Rocker.
    HemiDeuce.
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    Hello

    Get a camshaft T210 TRW Ford Y Block 292-312. I would like to know the specs since I have not the catalog

    Thanks in advance
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    out in storage i have the books(trw crower and who knows) hold tight and give me some time
    ill dig em out
    :cool:
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    Thanks OHV4D!!!!
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    Strictly by memory; the '151' cam was TP240 and the 30-30 cam was TP118. TP147 was either the '140' (first design, off-road) cam that was a Z-28 option, or, it was the mildest of 5 roundy round cams made in the late 1980's by TRW.

    I think I still might have an old TRW catalog laying around, I'll look for it this weekend if you don't find the answer you need........


    Al in TN

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