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Old 01-05-2000, 04:47 AM
Captkaos Captkaos is offline
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The 383 DOES NOT need a special cam. Dimensionally the 400 and 350 are the same block. Only difference being the siamesed bores, and larger crank journal diameter. Any small block cam will work. If you are going for low end torque, go with the cam with the least duration. I would not go with a cam that has over 268 degrees advertised duration. An RV cam is great for torque. <br>Not sure what you are refering to about a timing mark. But you will need a 400 balancer and flexplate/flywheel if you use a 400 crank.<p>----------<br>Chris Lucas<br>http://www.wwisp.com/~captkaos
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