Yeah, it was around 222-223 at .050", and definitely smaller than the stoopid MP .850 factor would lead you to believe.
I doubt I have that cam's lobe profile data any more (that was more than 20 years ago), but it was not an especially fast lobe, either. IIRC, the .004" lobe measurement was about 300, compared to some of today's "fast rate" lobes being around 20 degrees smaller at that point. Still worked pretty well in a fairly mild mid-to-high 12-second 440 combination, though.
If it's not available as an MP cam any longer, I'm pretty sure that Speed Pro sells it (or something really close) under # CS1148R. The also sell a replacement for the original '68-71 383/440 HP cam under # CS661, too.
Edited by BradH (02/08/18 03:01 PM)
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