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    60 Camshafts

    Be sure to check out our Camshaft FAQ if you need additional information about general cam help.
    Nearly all cam manufacturers offer custom grinds if they do not have a shelf cam that suits your needs.

    Figures Indicate:
    Intake/Exhaust Duration @ .050" lift | Intake/Exhaust Valve Lift with Stock Rocker | Lobe Separation Degree


    60 2.8/3.1/3.4 RWD V6 Camshafts
    (Flat Tappet Hydraulic Lifter, 1.5 Rocker)

    Crane and GMPP cams do NOT have the cam sensor lobe for 3.4 SFI
    Comp, Crower, Edelbrock and Lunati cams DO have the cam sensor lobe for 3.4 SFI
    Others are unknown, most custom grinds will not have the lobe unless it is a regrind of a stock cam.

    Stock 3.4

    195/201 .390"/.410" 109

    60 Inclusive

    Custom Grinds

    Comp Cams

    High Energy 240H (16-115-4)
    192/200 .390"/.390" 108

    High Energy 252H (16-232-4)
    206/206 .425"/.425" 110

    High Energy 260H (16-233-4)
    212/212 .440"/.440" 110

    Crane Cams

    PowerMax 2020 (254112)
    198/204 .401"/.423" 104

    PowerMax 2030 (254122)
    204/214 .423"/.423" 109

    H-260-2 (253901)
    204/216 .427"/.454" 112

    H-272-2 (253941)
    216/228 .454"/.480" 112

    Crow Cams

    Custom Grinds

    Crower Cams

    Mileage Compu-Pro Lv1 (03040)
    182/192 .386"/.387" 114

    Mileage Beast Lv2 (03002)
    194/202 .390"/.410" 109

    Baja Beast Lv3 (03015)
    204/214 .422"/.444" 112

    Ultra Compu-Pro Lv4 (03043)
    212/218 .435"/.449" 112

    Hi-Draulic Hauler Lv4 (03050)
    226/234 .470"/.492" 108

    Delta Cams

    Custom Grinds

    Edelbrock

    Performer-Plus (3790)
    204/214 .420"/.442" 112

    GM Performance Parts

    12363220
    204/216 .427"/.454" 108

    12364059
    204/216 .427"/.454" 112

    Lunati

    High Efficiency (06312)
    195/205 .405"/.427" 112

    Melling

    Select Performance (MTC-5)
    204/214 .420"/.443" 112

    Schneider

    252-56H (02371)
    194/204 .390"/.410" 110

    256H (02370)
    204/204 .420"/.420" 110

    256-2H (02372)
    204/214 .420"/.440" 112

    131H (02375)
    208/208 .420"/.420" 110

    135H (02373)
    218/218 .460"/.460" 110

    270-84H (02374)
    214/224 .440"/.460" 112

    Solid and Solid Roller cams also available



    60 3100/3400/3500 FWD V6 Camshafts
    (Roller Hydraulic Lifter, 1.6 Rocker)

    Stock 3x00

    197/197 .436"/.436" 112

    60 Inclusive

    Custom Grinds

    60DegreeV6

    Custom Grinds

    Milzy Motorsports

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    I have a custom grind from schnieder that I ordered for turbo applications.

    (@ .050 dur) 270 In, 260 Ex (w/ 114 LCL) .528 In .528 Ex
    (2500-7000 powerband)

    Im concidering the option of using a 2.8l VVT crank and a longer 5.850 con-rods to increase the rpm from a 7200 shift-point w/ 8000 rpm red-line limit", to 8000 rpm shift point with 9000 red-line limit.

    I may still alter my cam-specs.
    Gonna be quiet again for a little while, so show some patience. It will be worth the wait.
    ...I promise you



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    Add me to the list of custom grinders

    I have a few cams out awaiting videos of the idle quality, and dyno numbers before I make them my "shelf" grinds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forced_Firebird View Post
    Add me to the list of custom grinders

    I have a few cams out awaiting videos of the idle quality, and dyno numbers before I make them my "shelf" grinds

    video shortly

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    Last edited by tkoforpresident; 09-06-2009 at 02:17 PM.

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    I have before me a camshaft, supposedly a Comp, for the GM 3.4.

    Before I question the authenticity of this cam, I have a few Qs:

    -What is the stock base circle on a 3.4 cam? Is it different from intake to exh lobe?

    -What is the stock rocker arm ratio on a HT3.4? IS it different from year to year/vehicle to vehicle?

    - Have any one of you fine folks ever see a Comp with .385 / .338 lift? (lol...I think not)

    Thanks for your time!

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    Just call up comp cams and read off the cam grind # to them. They should be able to read it off to you. If it is a custom grind then yea it could have those grind specs. Comp can also anwser all your questions. Their website has the contact info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n2xlr8n View Post
    I have before me a camshaft, supposedly a Comp, for the GM 3.4.

    Before I question the authenticity of this cam, I have a few Qs:

    -What is the stock base circle on a 3.4 cam? Is it different from intake to exh lobe?

    -What is the stock rocker arm ratio on a HT3.4? IS it different from year to year/vehicle to vehicle?

    - Have any one of you fine folks ever see a Comp with .385 / .338 lift? (lol...I think not)

    Thanks for your time!
    Sounds like a truck TBI torque cam. Would be better if you knew the lobe separation. See Compucams "Mileage" specs above in the first post.

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    I have one in front of me that is .243/.243
    That is the lobe lift of the cam,multiply by rocker ratio to get lift.
    The cam you listed is over .500" lift with a 1.5 rocker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DefEddie View Post
    I have one in front of me that is .243/.243
    That is the lobe lift of the cam,multiply by rocker ratio to get lift.
    The cam you listed is over .500" lift with a 1.5 rocker.
    .243*1.5=.3645 which is very low lift. You sure that's not the duration? Easy to measure lift on a cam, measure the smallest part of the lobe, then the largest and subtract.

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    Re: 60 Camshafts

    The .243/.243 is the duration I'm sure..

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    I'm sorry that was a typo.
    It was meant to be .293/.293

    .293*1.5=.4395
    I'm running it with 1.6 so .468
    Sorry about that.

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