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  1. #1
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    Performance Cam?

    Does anyone know of a company that still makes a performance cam for the 3.5? Inertia lists their cams as "no longer available".

    Go figure, when I finally finish my other projects and move to the Magnum, parts are no longer being made. Story of my building life!

    On a side note, I've used Delta Camshafts in Tacoma, WA before for other builds, so if I had the grind information, I could probably get them to grind my current camshafts, but I would need someone to share the tuning information for the grind.

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    I'd check with Erik at BFNY.
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    Here are the specs for the Inertia cams but contact Inertia first, I think they will still regrind cams for customers. The reason they stopped offering V6 parts was the lack of available cores.

    Part Number/Work Order Number E67633

    INTAKE Duration: 254º Lift: .408
    EXHAUST Duration: 263º Lift: .326
    INTAKE Opens: -5.0 ATDC Closes: 28.0 ABDC
    EXHAUSTOpens: 40.0 BBDC Closes: -9.0 BTDC
    LOBE SEPARATION 110º

    Duration at .050" Intake:
    Exhaust: LOBE LIFT Intake: .233
    Exhaust: .186
    If using "Lobe Center" method of degreeing, cam should be installed on an intake centerline of: 106º NOTES:




    Part Number/Work Order Number E67656

    INTAKE Duration: 254ºLift: .434
    EXHAUST Duration: 264ºLift: .415

    valve open: LBS. -15.0 ATDC -15.0 BTDC ABDC 18.0 34.0 BBDC camcard
    The information below is for degreeing cam only. Correct only at .050" tappet lift.
    INTAKE Opens: -15.0 ATDC Closes: 18.0 ABDC
    EXHAUST Opens: 34.0 BBDC Closes: -15.0 BTDC
    LOBE SEPARATION 110º

    Duration at .050"Intake:
    Exhaust: LOBE LIFT Intake: .255
    Exhaust: .244
    If using "Lobe Center" method of degreeing, cam should be installed on an intake centerline of: 106º NOTES:
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    I appreciate the info. I emailed Stu but haven't heard back. My only problem with sending in my cams is then the Magnum is down for a few weeks with the heads sitting on a bench. Not a big deal, I just don't like having stuff sitting around waiting for parts to finish. I'm already annoyed I'm sitting with the valve cover off on my B2200 waiting on a new seal so I can put everything back together after changing out the cam in it.

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    Admittedly, I'm also a tad nervous to break open the engine. I've had a lot of problems from the previous owner, I'm kind of afraid of what I might find.

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    Do it! the cams on the v6 are so cool (ask me how i know) lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by tf34mech View Post
    Here are the specs for the Inertia cams but contact Inertia first, I think they will still regrind cams for customers. The reason they stopped offering V6 parts was the lack of available cores.

    Part Number/Work Order Number E67633

    INTAKE Duration: 254º Lift: .408
    EXHAUST Duration: 263º Lift: .326
    INTAKE Opens: -5.0 ATDC Closes: 28.0 ABDC
    EXHAUSTOpens: 40.0 BBDC Closes: -9.0 BTDC
    LOBE SEPARATION 110º

    Duration at .050" Intake:
    Exhaust: LOBE LIFT Intake: .233
    Exhaust: .186
    If using "Lobe Center" method of degreeing, cam should be installed on an intake centerline of: 106º NOTES:




    Part Number/Work Order Number E67656

    INTAKE Duration: 254ºLift: .434
    EXHAUST Duration: 264ºLift: .415

    valve open: LBS. -15.0 ATDC -15.0 BTDC ABDC 18.0 34.0 BBDC camcard
    The information below is for degreeing cam only. Correct only at .050" tappet lift.
    INTAKE Opens: -15.0 ATDC Closes: 18.0 ABDC
    EXHAUST Opens: 34.0 BBDC Closes: -15.0 BTDC
    LOBE SEPARATION 110º

    Duration at .050"Intake:
    Exhaust: LOBE LIFT Intake: .255
    Exhaust: .244
    If using "Lobe Center" method of degreeing, cam should be installed on an intake centerline of: 106º NOTES:
    Do you have the info for the 2.0 boost cams?

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    I think Inertia recommend's their 1.1 Cams for Boosted Apps, and the 1.2 was for their 4.0L Stroker Engines?? I believe Joe Bowman has the 1:1's in his 11' Sec 3.5L Challenger
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrgnWgn View Post
    I think Inertia recommend's their 1.1 Cams for Boosted Apps, and the 1.2 was for their 4.0L Stroker Engines?? I believe Joe Bowman has the 1:1's in his 11' Sec 3.5L Challenger
    I had to go back and check

    They are the 1.2 cams.

    I bought Robs (utah) big valve heads and cams to pair up with my V3 supercharger

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    Hi Nathan, I am also looking for a performance cam for my 3.5 chrysler 300, hopefully someone in the forum can point us in the right direction.
    If you can let me know if you find anything.

    Thanks,
    Mike

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    Inertia is the only place that sells cams for our 3.5's you'll have to call them to see if they still cut them and you will have to send cores for them to cut. I'm getting ready to contact them myself and see what the cost will be for my 3.5 as well.

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    Stu Daryl does the cams, just needs you to send yours in, or pull a set from the junk yard to send him

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    I've been trying to find out if anyone has installed the 4.0L camshafts into the 3.5L and what result they had. Has anyone tried that?

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    Youd be better off getting the 3.5 cams regrinded
    Quote Originally Posted by reefstar View Post
    I've been trying to find out if anyone has installed the 4.0L camshafts into the 3.5L and what result they had. Has anyone tried that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by reefstar View Post
    I've been trying to find out if anyone has installed the 4.0L camshafts into the 3.5L and what result they had. Has anyone tried that?
    The heads are different but the blocks are the same. The heads will bolt up but that's about it. The cams aren't interchangeable between the 4.0 nitro heads vs the LX heads as far as I remember. Inertia does still over HO heads and 1.2v cams. I just recently bought both. I'm boosted and was told it would be best to do heads and cams last after all of my other mods. This is because your mods will grind the cams a little bit. SO I haven't received tem yet. been ordered for about three weeks. Its a bit pricey but well worth it. Just have a game plan. I kind of knew I wanted to be boosted/heads n cams when I first started.



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