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2288 Eagle Drag Race Camshafts - K-8

2288 Eagle Drag Race Camshafts - K-8


 
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If you're looking for maximum quarter mile performance, this is the cam series for you. Eagle Drag Race Cams have been designed for use with high lift rockers, dual springs, and a heavy foot. For your convenience we have listed the valve lifts with 1.1:1 ratios and also when using the three most popular high lift rocker arm ratios. Eagle Drag Race Cams are ground on 107 degree lobe centers on special oversize billets. Each cam is heat treated, Parkerized, and shipped with new bolts and cam locks.

Eagle Drag Race Cams are for the serious racer. Others need not apply! Eagle Cam Gears are sold separately.

Recommended for use with Turbo applications


Adv. Duration 308°
Dur. @ .050" 256°
Lift @ cam .378"
Lift w/1.1:1 Rocker Arms .415"
Lift w/1.25:1 .473"
Lift w/1.4:1 .529"
Lift w/1.5:1 .567"

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Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 good turbo cam, but check the timing July 16, 2013
Reviewer: Bob Meyer from Scotts Valley, CA United States  
On my turbo engine, I replaced a 2211 Bigfoot cam with the 2288 K-8. Both cams have similar .050 timing, with the 2211 having higher lift. IMHO, the 2288 works better, even with less lift - goes to show timing specs aren't everything. But check the valve timing - I installed mine with new straight cut timing gears and straight up it was 7 degrees advanced. Talk about production tolerance stack-up! But anyway, when degreed properly the cam works excellent with the turbo. So if you get a new cam, check the timing, especially if you also get new timing gears. If you don't know how, find out how or get someone to do it for you - your engine will thank you.

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