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Thread: Reed Cam Identification

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    Reed Cam Identification

    Machine shop lost my cam card.I was wondering if maybe somebody had a Reed cam catalog or something to give me some numbers on this cam.It has these numbers on the end....

    M5011
    530086
    P288-296R-SA

    Any info would be greatly appreciated.Its a brand new cam.Would be a shame not to be able to use it.Thanks Rick

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    Reed

    If the 288 is intake duration and the 296 is exhaust duration at .050" lift, that is a very radical camshaft and would need to go in a big engine and a light car.
    What are you using it for?

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    It was for a circle track car with alot of gear and 370 ci. @2400lbs

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    Reed

    Those duration figures must be for .020" lift, not .050", if it was ground for a stock car.

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    reed cams is out of business.but the guy that use to work there started his owne shop,,and his name is steve demos of (demos cams)..but if you call him he has all reed cams specs....706-367-2417...good luck


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