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LUNATI - SBF valve train

Brand new:
Lunati Retro Roller camshaft #20310525 and retro bar link lifters #72336-16
Look them up. Just bought from Summit.
Fits older non roller 302/289 blocks
2500/6500 rpm
.535-.544 lift at .050
224/232 intake
284/290 exhaust

Also new matching comp cams valve springs, comp cams push rod guides, and ARP screw in studs.
Also have ARP head studs.

Just spent $1000 on this set up.
My loss, your gain.

Will take $600 for all.


Just bought these new, sold car.
Never ran.
All never ran.

You can see where I did put assembly lube on one lifter to do a push rod measurement.
The cam is completely covered in assembly lube. It was put in block, measurements taken, then pulled right back out.

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I'd be interested in the lifters if you decide to separate.

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LUNATI - SBF valve train

All this still available?


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I still do have it, but since my new Cleveland is now officially hosed Iím gonna hold on to it in case I have to go back to a small block.
I will keep you in mind if I donít need it.



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