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Been running a 2nd hand 10.2 deck 632 with 14 degree big chief heads 14:1 compression single carb engine for about a season now. The engine is down right now for refresh . I did not receive a cam card with this engine but I did pull these numbers from back of cam. It appears to be a comp cams 11-732-9 solid roller. Cam bearing journals measure just under 50 mm

Advertised Intake Duration: 324
Advertised Exhaust Duration: 348
Intake Duration at .050 Inch Lift: 289
Exhaust Duration at .050 Inch Lift: 308
Intake Valve Lift: 0.867
Exhaust Valve Lift: 0.782
Lobe Separation:114
Assembly Lubricant Included: No
Valve Timing @ 0.02 Lift:
Exhaust Close ATDC: 60
Exhaust Open BBDC: 108
spec-card-valve-timing

Intake Open BTDC: 48
Intake Close ABDC: 96

I assume these lift numbers are for a 1.7 ratio rocker arm. I currently have crower 1.80 rockers on engine so am I looking at .918/.828 lift? Also has isky .904 lifters. cam is installed “dot to dot” currently with a jesel belt drive.

This is a 3100 lb stock suspension 4th gen camaro power glide with 1.69 gear set, 3.89 gear 275 radial tire. Multiple small nitrous kits totaling 500-600 hp.

what are your thoughts on this cam for this combination?

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I think you'll be fine as well, but as with anything if it makes you drive it more comfortably knowing you have some clearance I might would upgrade a little further.

My motor is a little bit smaller but that was a similar setup I had before I overhauled the top and bottom end and dumped a ton of cash in it.
 
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