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If you're looking to broaden your power band and make better use of the larger turbo(s) you've installed, nothing stands up to the Hamilton 188-220 drop in cam.
This cam has outperformed any cam Hamilton has tested it against to date, from idle to 4,200 rpm. It is also the largest drop-in cam that they build. This cam will help to eliminate any turbo lag that is created from running larger turbos, and makes the truck significantly more streetable.
For use with 62mm or larger single turbos or larger twins. Install intake on a 99 centerline, performance springs and pushrods are recommended. If you have had your head or block surfaced, you need to verify piston to valve clearance.
For it to be "drop in" on a 12v you will need no more than .025" piston protrusion and at least .055" valve face depth with a standard head gasket and a 99 intake centerline. On a 24v you will need no more than .025" piston protrusion and at least .038" valve face depth with a standard gasket. If you do not meet the minimum requirements for piston to valve clearance, don't worry, you can still run an oversize headgasket or cut valve reliefs.
- ManufacturerHamilton Cams
- Regarding use on 6.7L Cummins, this cam will only function properly if used with a non-functioning or removed EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) system. Please contact us if you have any questions.
- In order for this cam to work on a 12 valve Cummins (1989-1998), you will have to run an electric lift pump as there are no provisions for the mechanical fuel pump lobe.
- When replacing the camshaft, you must use Hamilton's Zinc Additive for the break-in period. Hamilton recommends two bottles during break-in.
- If you do not use Hamilton's tappetes, they will not provide any warranty
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Does Hamilton have any of these in stock currently? Before I hit the button and send 600$ out to limbo lol?
Please call us for product availability as the stocking of those parts can fluctuate and we would like to provide you with the most current information.
do you actually have it in stock??
Unfortunately no, They are a few weeks out at the moment. They do have a similar cam that is a little smaller but the grind is better. We may be able to get that one.
whats the part number for the tappets?
Here is the part number for the Cummins Factory Tappets. DPP-3947759 -Ben