Part #: BC0161
Brian Crower Dodge Neon SRT-4 cams are manufactured to top-quality specs. Brian Crower high performance SRT-4 camshafts are ground on state-of-the-art CNC cam grinders to insure accuracy and tolerances to within .02mm. Every Brian Crower camshaft profile has been prototyped and dyno tested for proven horsepower results prior to placed into mass production. By grinding cores in high volume, Brian Crower, Inc. is able to pass the cost savings on to the end user. Make no mistake, these are top quality SRT-4 cams at an affordable price.
All Brian Crower SRT-4 camshafts are checked on a high speed, sub-micron accuracy measuring gauge. The Adcole Camshaft Measuring System uses individual measuring heads for each cam journal and cam lobe, with .01 micron resolution, taking one datum point each 1/10th of a degree or 3,600 data points per revolution. Measuring camshafts for rise error and chattermark detection, this model can measure 200 parts per hour. Brian Crower SRT-4 cams are available in 264/264 and 272/272 specifications. We suggest using Brian Crower SRT-4 valvespring and retainer kits for the 264 cams, and it is required with the SRT-4 272/272 cams. Don't let the pricing fool you, these are excellent cams for the SRT-4 at a great price.
Brian Crower Stage 2 264 cams have a short duration for nice street manners, and a slight lope at idle. Excellent all purpose spec cams. These cams can be used with stock valve springs and retainers, though the Brian Crower kit is recommended.
264 Cam Specs:
- Intake Duration: 184
- Exhaust Duration: 184
- Intake Lift: .35in
- Exhaust Lift: .31in
Part Number: BC0161
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