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Camshaft Info Needed

Discussion in 'Engines and Drivelines' started by Raptor44, Jan 6, 2021.

  1. Raptor44

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    I'm a new guy here. I just came across a 1976 454 .030 over. Nice oval port heads. Port matched, roller rockers. Flat tops etc. The camshaft is a Crane Fireball ll. Numbers are 132090. 302H. Does anyone have any specs on this? I know they were a popular application but I can't find anything on this on the Crane website. If anyone has an old Crane book from 1990 or so could you take a look? Performance warehouse used to sell these in there catalog also. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
     
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    From a Chevy Nova forum:
    Crane fireball II 302H cams
    .480/.480 lift
    302/228
    112/107 lsa.
     
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    Spanky .....There can only be one LSA for a BBC ?

    The LSA is ground into the camshaft and cannot be adjusted.
     
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    I know that. I just copied the numbers that I found on the Chevy Nova forum. What they mean . . . ? :rolleyes:
     
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    Thanks
     
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    The two LSA # are lobe centers..one for the intake the other for the exhaust. The true LSA is the difference between the two. In this case a 109-110 LSA.
     






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