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Username Post: Elgin ProStock sbc cam ?        (Topic#245892)
shortbox11 
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07-19-10 08:26 AM - Post#1947608    

I have a new Elgin ProStock cam p/n E-1166-p that has been sitting around for a few years now. I was trying to figure out the application but cant find anything online about the cam. Its a hyd , 112 centers , .216 int , 228 exh at 50.,,, 453/480 lift...sae dur 282/294.

Any help would greatly be appreciated. Plans are just a driver street 350 chevy.

thanks allot.

 
C10 Sleeper 
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07-19-10 08:32 AM - Post#1947611    
    In response to shortbox11

Sounds like a pretty mild cam to me. I have a similar comp cams cam that is a little bigger it specs out for a CA legal cam with a slightly noticeable idle and works with a stock converter I think the rpm range is like 2-6000. I would say the cam you have is fairly close but a little smaller.
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rumrumm 
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07-19-10 09:14 AM - Post#1947625    
    In response to shortbox11

What kind of car is this engine going into? Transmission?
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383 sbc, Eagle, AFR, SRP, CompCams, Edelbrock, Sanderson. Dyno #'s: 450 hp @ 5700, 468 ft. lbs. torque @ 4300.

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shortbox11 
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07-19-10 09:31 AM - Post#1947633    
    In response to rumrumm

65 impala , t350 stock converter...just a cruzer....

Edited by shortbox11 on 07-19-10 09:32 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
rumrumm 
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07-19-10 10:54 AM - Post#1947676    
    In response to shortbox11

Then, it should be a good choice for a mild upgrade, and you can probably get by with your stock converter.
Lynn

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383 sbc, Eagle, AFR, SRP, CompCams, Edelbrock, Sanderson. Dyno #'s: 450 hp @ 5700, 468 ft. lbs. torque @ 4300.

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07-19-10 01:47 PM - Post#1947774    
    In response to rumrumm

http://www.cranecams.com/index.php?show=browsePart...

its a clone of the crane 114142
its best matched to a 3.54-3.73 rear gear and a 2600rpm stall converter, so you instantly have access to a higher torque point in the power curve.
while it will work with a stock converter if youve got a 3.90-4.11:1 rear gear in a fairly heavy car,its at is best with a higher stall
read the notes on the crane cam
" " IF YOU CAN'T SMOKE THE TIRES FROM A 60 MPH ROLLING START YOUR ENGINE NEEDS MORE WORK !"


Edited by grumpyvette on 07-19-10 01:49 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
raceman6135 
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07-19-10 08:11 PM - Post#1947984    
    In response to grumpyvette

I agree with Grumpy.

I ran that Crane cam he referenced in his post in a 355 cubic inch SBC in a 1976 Chevelle, TH-350 transmission with an 1800 rpm stall convertor and 2.73:1 gears in the differential and it didn't like to stay below 2200 rpm.

Definitely pulled nice through 6000 rpm though. Also had no trouble hitting 120 mph with some throttle left in it.

 
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07-23-10 06:13 PM - Post#1949936    
    In response to shortbox11

I'd make sure your valve springs can handle .480" lift with .060" to spare. Like Grumpy says, that cam will like low gears, so power may be a little flat on the bottom with something like 3.08/3.23/3.36 gears, unless the car is lightweight like an early 60s Chevy II.
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Edited by MikeB on 07-23-10 06:16 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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