HOW TO DO AN ADVANCED SEARCH.

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For the benefit of 944Hybrids users there are two search functions available for you to use.
The purpose of this sticky is to explain the "Advanced Search" function because it is much more powerful and is the best choice when researching information.

When you log on to the site a list of options is shown in a line at the top of the page. One option is labelled "Search", use this option (NOT the search box lower down on the right).

After you click on the upper search option, a drop down box appears. At the bottom of this box is a radio button marked "Advanced …

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Stock GM Cam Specs

Post  msmoorenburg on Tue Jun 09, 2009 7:52 am

I'm trying to figure out what cam I have the part number is GMPT BC 17 600. I was told by the guy who sold me the motor that it was a lt4 hotcam but i don't think it is Sad . I've called Comp cams and summit with out any luck. Could someone on here look at there old stock cam and get the numbers off it?
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Post  golfduke on Tue Jun 09, 2009 8:11 am

I'm still looking to se if that part number comes up, but I'm striking out. Here is a list of LTx cam specs though for the moment.


Cam----INT / EXT
Stock LT1---202@ .450/ 207 @ .450 (1.5RR)--- 117 LSA
Stock LT4--- 203@ .476/ 210@ .480 (1.6RR)--- 115 LSA


GM Performance Parts
LT4 Hot Cam --- 218@ .525/ 228@ .525 (1.6RR)--- 112 LSA --- 1800-5800 RPM
GM12370847 --- 234@ .539/ 242@ .558 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 2000-6800
GM12730846 --- 220@ .509/ 230@ .528 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 1800-5800

Comp Cams
CCA-07-304 --- 210@ .500/ 220@ .510 (1.5RR)--- 114 LSA --- 1000-5000 RPM
CCA-07-305 --- 220@ .510/ 230@ .510 (1.5RR)--- 114 LSA --- 1500-5500
CCA-07-306 --- 230@ .510/ 244@ .540 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 1800-5800
CCA-07-500 --- 206@ .480/ 212@ .488 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 1000-5000
CCA-07-501 --- 212@ .488/ 218@ .495 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 1200-5200
CCA-07-502 --- 218@ .495/ 224@ .503 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 1500-5500
CCA-07-503 --- 224@ .503/ 230@ .510 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 1800-5800
CCA-07-464 --- 202@ .550/ 212@ .546 (1.5RR)--- 113 LSA --- 1000-5000
CCA-07-465 --- 210@ .560/ 218@ .550 (1.5RR)--- 113 LSA --- 1200-5200
CCA-07-466 --- 218@ .570/ 224@ .565 (1.5RR)--- 113 LSA --- 1800-5800
CCA-07-467 --- 230@ .576/ 236@ .570 (1.5RR)--- 113 LSA --- 2000-6000
CCA-07-468 --- 242@ .584/ 248@ .579 (1.5RR)--- 113 LSA --- 2200-6200


Crane Cams
CRN-104227 --- 210@ .479/ 224@ .518 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 2000-6000 RPM
CRN-104228 --- 210@ .479/ 224@ .518 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 2000-6000
CRN-104241 --- 218@ .498/ 218@ .498 (1.5RR)--- 116 LSA --- 2800-6500
CRN-1449555 --- 210@ .531/ 218@ .531 (1.5RR)--- 114 LSA --- 1900-5600
CRN-1449571 --- 210@ .531/ 218@ .531 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 1000-5800
CRN-1449561 --- 216@ .551/ 224@ .551 (1.5RR)--- 115 LSA --- 1500-6000
CRN-1449581 --- 220@ .551/ 220@ .551 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 3000-6500
CRN-1449591 --- 224@ .551/ 224@ .551 (1.5RR)--- 114 LSA --- 3000-6500
CRN-1449601 --- 228@ .600/ 232@ .600 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 3500-6500


Edelbrock
EDL-2108 --- 218@ .525/ 218@ .525 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 1500-5500 RPM


Lunati
LUN-54778LUN --- 206@ .469/ 215@ .489 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 1200-4500 RPM

Accel
ACC-74220 --- 215@ .499/ 220@ .510 (1.5RR)--- 114 LSA --- 1200-5800 RPM
ACC-74211 --- 211@ .499/ 219@ .525 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 1000-5800
ACC-74219 --- 219@ .525/ 219@ .525 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 1200-6200
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Re: Stock GM Cam Specs

Post  ffmedic on Wed Jun 10, 2009 5:57 pm

Anychance you could put some approximate HP next to the cams you mentioned just curious. I installed the comp cam with the 480 x 488 dimension.
The CCA-07-500 one

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Re: Stock GM Cam Specs

Post  golfduke on Thu Jun 11, 2009 7:11 am

I'm working on it... They're a good deal subjective though just because the power/tq ranges vary a lot more than the overall hp difference.


I'll do my best though, from what I can gather.
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Post  ffmedic on Sat Jun 13, 2009 11:20 pm

Ok this is what I put in my engine:
CCA-07-500 --- 206@ .480/ 212@ .488 (1.5RR)--- 112 LSA --- 1000-5000
I am also going with 1.6 rockers so this should put me 512/520? is my guess?
Thats kinda the area I am looking for close to the hotcam but not quite which I think should give me good hp,reliablity and gas miledge as well. Which is what I am looking for.
I am going with trickflow heads (new design just comming out 54cc not the 62cc) the heads have 2.02 intake 1.60 exhaust.
I am using a holley 52mm throttle body with a plate behind it.
I am using tight tuck headers with 3inche exhaust.
I am also porting out the intake to match the gaskets as well.
I am guessing this should put me around 400hp at the flywheel ( I hope )
I will also once it's running have it dyno tuned.
Am I right about the hp numbers or am I off ?, am I headed in the right direction is what I am trying to find out.
Thanks ahead of time.
Dave

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