Edelbrock part #7132 Performer RPM Camshaft is designed for AMC 343-401 V-8 applications. This Edelbrock cam kit produced 433 HP & 489 ft-lbs. of torque when used with #7531 intake and #60119 cylinder heads on a 401 engine.
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Edelbrock part #7132 Performer RPM Camshaft is designed for AMC 343-401 V-8 applications. This Edelbrock cam kit produced 433 HP & 489 ft-lbs. of torque when used with #7531 intake and #60119 cylinder heads on a 401 engine. The camshaft works well with high-performance's street applications, Performer RPM cams provide power from 1500 to 6500 rpm. This hydraulic lifter camshaft is dyno-matched to Performer RPM manifolds for high-rpm horsepower while still maintaining acceptable low-end torque. With 10 to 12 inches of manifold vacuum at idle, Performer RPM cams have more lift and duration than most street camshafts. Hydraulic flat tappet lifters are included with each Performer RPM camshaft. Camshaft Specifications: - Duration @ .050 Intake: 234 degrees - Duration @ .050 Exhaust: 244 degrees - Lift @ Valve Intake: .520" - Lift @ Valve Exhaust: .544" - Lobe Separation: 112 Degrees - Intake Centerline: 107 Degrees - Idle Vacuum @ 1000 RPM's: 11"
WARNING: This product can expose you to Chromium, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, visit www.P65warnings.ca.gov.
For non-computer controlled vehicles; Use only stock ratio rocker arms; Adjustable valvetrain required; In order for this Performer RPM cam and lifter kit to be covered under ANY WARRANTY you MUST use the correct Edelbrock Sure Seat Valve Springs or equivalent.; Do not use rotator type valve springs or retainers for this application.; Oil/additive must contain Zinc designed for use with flat tappet camshafts.; Coat cam lobes and bottoms of each lifter with MoS2 lube (supplied) to prevent cam lobe and lifter wear from occurring during initial start-up.; Do not allow the engine to run under 2000 rpm for the first 1/2 hour. Slow idle speeds may result in severe cam and lifter wear. Start the engine and bring to break-in rpm.