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BTR GEN V 4" STROKE SUPERCHARGED CAMSHAFT

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BTR GEN V 4" STROKE SUPERCHARGED CAMSHAFT 233/25X, .648"/.648", 115 LSA, 38% FUEL LOBE INTAKE LOBE LIFT @ TDC: 0.05597 BTR is proud to introduce this new edition to our already impressive lineup of Gen V camshafts. The new BTR-GENV4INSCPDS camshaft was designed for those customers running a stroker 400-416 cubic inch Supercharged combination.

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  • BTR GEN V 4" STROKE SUPERCHARGED CAMSHAFT 233/25X, .648"/.648", 115 LSA, 38% FUEL LOBE INTAKE LOBE LIFT @ TDC: 0.05597 BTR is proud to introduce this new edition to our already impressive lineup of Gen V camshafts. The new BTR-GENV4INSCPDS camshaft was designed for those customers running a stroker 400-416 cubic inch Supercharged combination. Designed to be used with Centrifugal or Positive displacement type superchargers in street or strip applications. This cam will help your Gen V supercharged combination produce explosive mid range and top end horsepower, while delivering an authoritative exhaust note. As with all BTR offerings, these cams were designed to help achieve the highest overall power curve while also maintaining strict valvetrain stability and durability standards. - The use of BTR dual spring kits is required due to high valve lift and increased rpm potential. We also recommend the use of hardened pushrods in power adder applications. - Requires the use of an aftermarket converter for best drivability and acceleration. - Includes a 38% fuel lobe and was designed to be locked out. - We recommend using our BTR VVT lockout bushing. The use of E85 or higher octane fuel may be required with the addition of higher boost pressure.

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