I bought a 355 from a 6 years ago and have been running it my car since I want to do some upgrades now and he cant remember what the cam is brand etc I need help ive tried looking the numbers up and im getting nowhere the numbers on the camshaft are 965188 then 11-34-96 and 3434SR please help if anybody can give me a website or just tell me thanks?
I to have a problem cam i dont find alot of numbers on it but from front of cam just behind the fuel pump lobe is EP1 back before 1st journal is C5 and opposite side is DD just to the back of first journal is E6 and on opposite side is 04 then toward the rear of cam is CWC there are numbers hammer stamped in to back end of cam that I dont think are relevamt nut on one side it is MAP and then on other side is a R at top and a RA on the bottom ..... I was told this was a 270h cam but I have no clue it has a blue paint spot on one end and yellow on the other. any ideas .... I probly wont ust this cam for my application but it is brand new and if I can get a few bucks out of it to help my wallet I would like to I have searched for any other numbers either stamped or cast and there are none that I can see.
Try this linkhttp://www.ehow.com/how_7555428_identify-camshaft-number.html
Anyone help me with a horsepower estimate?? Gen 1 1972 350 bored 20 over comp cam mild cam 454 lift?? Roller rockers 4 barrel carb guy told me nothing about motor, please help
300-325 maybe....too many variable left out to give a good answer
first of all thanks 98LS1FlawleSS that link was a good try but I dont find the number they say to look for I have another cam this one has numbers stamped in the distributor end they are 7395 eng 10166 0832any clues as to the id and maybe even specs? I am going to install it in a 5.7 Vortec if it is half way decent and better than the stock vortec cam. I will not be using the fuel injection or computer as it is going to be a carb street/strip s10 probably going to couple this engine with a turbo350 trans with a 2500 to 3200 estimated stall converter I did get the roller lifters and dogbones and pushrods with this cam. Obviously I just dont want to waste my time putting it in if it isnt going to be an improvement over stock.