Grind Number: XA229/360-XA243/355-14+3
Hydraulic Roller Camshaft
Duration at .050": 229/243
114 Lobe Center Angle with a 111 Intake Centerline
Lift with 1.8 Rocker Arm Ratio: .648"/.639"
Recommended Displacement: 6.2 Liter Engines
Cylinder Heads: Gen 5 LT
Recommended Compression Ratio: 10.0-11.7:1
Recommended Headers: 1 3/4" - 1 7/8"
Recommended Stall Converter: 3500-4000
Recommended Rear Axle Ratio: 3.42-4.30
NOTE: Requires use of Cam Motion VVT Phaser Lock Block
The TITAN King Gen 5 LT camshaft is designed for aggressive performance in cars using 6.2 liter LT engines. The TITAN King Gen 5 LT cam will have a pronounced lope to the idle and strong midrange and upper RPM horsepower. This camshaft is designed to be used for vehicles equipped with headers, high flow exhaust and increased stall speed torque converter, high flow intake systems and increased rear axle ratios.
If you are looking for very aggressive performance cam, this camshaft is a great choice.
The TITAN series cams are designed with our renowned smooth cam lobe design that provides quiet valve train operation and excellent upper rpm stability. Cam Motion offers this cam in 5150 steel alloy camshaft cores.
NOTE: This camshaft is designed to be used with the phaser locked, or our VVT Phaser Delete Kit. Failure to lock the phaser or use our VVT Phaser Delete Kit when using this camshaft can result in serious engine damage! For more information, contact Cam Motion technical support.
NOTE: All Cam Motion Gen 5 LT camshafts require the deletion of the AFM/DOD function. This will require our AFM/DOD Delete Kit ( https://cammotion.com/dod-vvt-delete-kits ) and modifications to the computer to disable this function.
NOTE: Some Gen 5 LT camshafts are available in Cam Motion's 3-bolt VVT-Delete design. Cam Motion's optional gen 5 LT 3-bolt, VVT delete camshafts utilize a Gen 3/4 LS 4x 3-bolt upper timing gear along with either the LME VVT Delete front timing cover or the Katech VVT Delete front timing cover.
NOTE: Cam Motion 3-bolt LT camshaft have a .306" lift fuel pump lobe. It is the installers responsibility to make sure that the fuel pump is operating within its stroke range. Lash caps or pump shims may be necessary to achieve proper operation and avoid pump damage.