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Andrews B2 Grind Camshaft 212358

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Andrews B2 Grind Camshaft 212358

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Product description

Andrews Products Grinds Its Cams With the Help of a Computer With Cam Design Capabilities. This Superior Technology Gives the Utmost in Both Performance and Reliability. Only the Best Alloy Steel Billets and Heat-Treating Processes Are Utilized. Furthermore, the Power in Harleys Twin Cam Engine Can Be Made Even More Convincing When Superior Andrews Computer-Designed High-Performance Cams Are Installed.
B2 CAMS

  • More Mid-Range and High-End Power for Street/strip With Smooth Idle; Best Cam for 74/80 Inchers and Small Strokers
  • Spring Spacing Required, and Clearance at Main Bearing Boss Must Be Checked
  • Designed to Fit 1978-1984 Harley Davidson Shovelhead Models (Does NOT Fit 1984 Evolution Engine)
  • Use With Hi-Lift Springs
  • Made in the USA
  • Sold Individually

  • INTAKE
  • Open (In Degrees): 26
  • Close (In Degrees): 50
  • Duration at .053 (In Degrees): 256
  • Duration at .020 (In Degrees): 295
  • Valve Lift: .485
  • Lift at TDC: .187

  • EXHAUST
  • Open (In Degrees): 53
  • Close (In Degrees): 25
  • Duration at .053 (In Degrees): 258
  • Duration at .020 (In Degrees): 296
  • Valve Lift: .485
  • Lift at TDC: .176

  • NOTE: It Is the Installer's Responsibility to Check Coil Bind and All Clearances
  • "li"NOTE: The Image Displayed Is Representative of Andrews Cams, but May Vary Depending on Your Specific Model.

    Andrews B2 Grind Camshaft 212358

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