4DHPClub Custom Grind Cam Motion LS Camshaft - 5150 or 8620 Core

Wouldn't you like your build to be set apart from everyone else? Don't you want to make the most efficient horsepower for your specific setup? Not all car builds are created equal, so why be slow like the guy next you using that same ole 'off the shelf' camshaft that wasn't designed for your actual setup? Camshafts are a very important piece to your build, and should always be custom spec'd based on your exact setup, and for what it is being used for. 

 

Most off the shelf camshafts are designed to give the average user an average experience. The problem with that is that any little change to a setup and the optimal camshaft specifications change accordingly. Not all cars are average, some are purpose built drag racing cars, some are meant for roll racing, some are meant for circuit racing, some are built for drifting, some are simply built to just have fun and sound good in the daily. In each of those cases we would actually recommend a different camshaft profile. Due to this we highly recommend all of our clients to go with a custom spec/grind camshaft. 

 

Sometimes your perfect camshaft will actually be an off the shelf camshaft, and if we can save you the money by going with that cheaper option we will let you know!


Please enter as much information as possiblebelow. If you are unsure please write "Unsure" If this is Not Applicable to your build write "N/A". If you would like our recommendation on certain parts like lifters, head gaskets, rockers, etc. please write "Need Recommendation".  If we need additional information will contact you!


Year

Make

Model

Displacement (Cubic Inches):

Bore:

Stroke:

Rod Length

Piston Volume:

Static Compression:

Piston in, out or zero decked (measurement in inches for example: -.006 would be sixthousandths out of the hole):

Type of Cylinder head(Manufacturer/Brand, valve angle, Rectangle or Cathedral):

Intake runner cc (Prefer cross sectional area measurements of flange area, push rod pinch areaand valve seat area):

Exhaust runner cc (Prefer cross sectional area measurements of flange area, MCSA and valveseat area):

Intake valve diameter:

Exhaust valve diameter:

Intake valve material (I.E. titanium, hollow stem stainless, solid stem stainless):

Exhaust valve material (I.E. titanium, hollow Stem stainless, solid stem stainless, Inconel):

Lifter manufacturer, O.D.”(for example all OEM LS engines have a .842" O.D" lifter and .700"roller wheel from the factory) and roller wheel diameter:

Rocker arm type, ratio, manufacturer and material (Example would be stock LS1 rocker arm 1.7ratio OR Yella Terra Ultra Lite Aluminum 1.7 ratio):

Valve springs, O.D.”, seat pressure, open pressure(and at what height open pressure isachieved), coil bind height, and installed height:

Push rods(brand, diameter, length and wall thickness):

Chamber volume:

Flow numbers .050 and up (if available):

Head gasket thickness and bore diameter:

Intake manifold(length of intake runner from runner entry to exit of runner and cross sectionalarea in square inches of runner entry and exit):

Throttle body size:

Header primary and collector size(length of primary and collector if known):

Exhaust diameter (include x-pipe or y-pipe and indicate which one is being utilized):

Manual or Automatic transmission (first gear ratio if available):

Stall converter RPM, if available rpm to which stall flashes on launch:

Rear gear ratio:

Tire size/diameter/width/rim (example would be 275/60/15 M/T PRO or 28x10.50/15 ET Drag):

Race weight of vehicle:

Miles driven per year:

Idle quality wanted:

Max RPM willing to turn engine:

Turbocharcged – (exact brand and model info is best, need the Compressor wheel inducer/exducer size in MM/Turbine wheel inducer/exducer size in MM/ AR/ T3/ T4/T6 flange.

Supercharged – ( Example: Magnuson 2300, D1SC, YSi. I need peak boost being utilized AND atwhat RPM peak boost is reached):

Nitrous (maximum amount that will be utilized):

Vehicles primary use (I.E. 100% drag race, 50/50% street and strip, roll race, street cruiser ordaily driver):

If an aftermarket cam is already being utilized, please list the specifications of that profile and ifavailable a dyno graph of that camshaft can be emailed to Camshafts@4DHPClub.com

Hydraulic or mechanical roller:

Cam journal diameter if not OEM spec:

Small base circle needed? (.900” BCD usually only used in LT1 or SBC applications, but some longstroke 4.375” and 4.5” non tall deck LS engines need smaller BC camshafts as well):

Which hydraulic or mechanical lifter is being utilized(I.E. brand and diameter):

Are you registered in a state where a sniffer test is performed?

What is your Name?

What is your email address?

8620 Cam Motion Core5150 Cam Motion Core
4DHPClub Custom Specs
$499.00
$499.00

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$499.00

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4DHPClub spec custom grind LS camshaft, 3 bolt, fits all LS engines with use of 3 bolt timing chain.

24X or 58X reluctor.

5150 or 8620 Cam Motion Core.

 

Due to high demand, lead times can take upwards of 2 weeks.

 

Cam Motion Core information

5150 Induction Hardened Chromium Camshafts

Induction hardened 5150 steel alloy camshafts are the standard camshaft that most all of our competitors sell. While it is not the best available, 5150 camshaft are what GM uses and are perfectly fine for most applications if proper care is taken to finish the lobes properly. We offer 5150 camshafts options for milder applications.

 

8620 Carburized Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum Camshafts

Cam Motion's standard LS camshaft cores are our 8620 Carburized Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum steel alloy camshafts. Our 8620 camshafts are a superior alloy to the 5150 cams and these cores also endure a more involved oven hardening process. This hardening process creates more durable wear surfaces on the lobes while maintaining the desirable ductility characteristics of the the 8620 alloy. The final product is a camshaft that is stronger with a more durable wear surface. Our 8620 cams are a superior product that are used in Top Fuel Dragsters, Funny Cars, Pro-Stock and more. The 8620 camshafts are available for all LS applications except VVT equipped engines.

 

This is the preferred core for all 4DHPClub custom grind camshafts!

4DHPClub spec custom grind LS camshaft, 3 bolt, fits all LS engines with use of 3 bolt timing chain.

24X or 58X reluctor.

5150 or 8620 Cam Motion Core.

 

Due to high demand, lead times can take upwards of 2 weeks.

 

Cam Motion Core information

5150 Induction Hardened Chromium Camshafts

Induction hardened 5150 steel alloy camshafts are the standard camshaft that most all of our competitors sell. While it is not the best available, 5150 camshaft are what GM uses and are perfectly fine for most applications if proper care is taken to finish the lobes properly. We offer 5150 camshafts options for milder applications.

 

8620 Carburized Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum Camshafts

Cam Motion's standard LS camshaft cores are our 8620 Carburized Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum steel alloy camshafts. Our 8620 camshafts are a superior alloy to the 5150 cams and these cores also endure a more involved oven hardening process. This hardening process creates more durable wear surfaces on the lobes while maintaining the desirable ductility characteristics of the the 8620 alloy. The final product is a camshaft that is stronger with a more durable wear surface. Our 8620 cams are a superior product that are used in Top Fuel Dragsters, Funny Cars, Pro-Stock and more. The 8620 camshafts are available for all LS applications except VVT equipped engines.

 

This is the preferred core for all 4DHPClub custom grind camshafts!