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There's a local guy selling what he says is an LT4 hotcam, i am interested in the purchase, it's been used a little, but my main concern is making sure it really is a hotcam. How could i identify the camshaft as being the hotcam? there is a set of numbers stamped on thevery back end journal of the camshaft as follows:
2 09 (yes there's a space there)
they're stamped in the back end of the cam, do camshafts have any type of casting numbers? any other way to verify what it is?
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1995 M6 Formula - SLP Loudmouth, K&N FIPK, other crap
Are there any other markings on it?
Last 3 digits of an LT4 hotcam are 586..
Any hotcam I have ever seen has those 3 digits [along with some others] stamped on the end..
My opinion is it is not a hotcam.. [I could be wrong..]
1264 or 6261 might be the last 4 digits of a GM cam p/n, but don't ring a bell with me here..
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