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    Posted: Jan/13/2022 at 11:31am
Hi guys I just tried to order a Competition Cams 260H cam from Jegs and I was told that the manufacturer has discontinued them. Trying to find a 252H but can’t seen it find one. Anyone know what the Com. Cam part number is? I found a Comp. Cams SK68-231-4, Duration 250/258, Lift .462/.485. Would this work as a replacement for the 260H? They have these in stock. Thanks

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Good mild upgrade from a stocker.
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Lunati 701 is a good choice, too.
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There's a few options out there. Stock availability is another. As long as the specs are similar, so will be the results.
You can add Howard's to the list.


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lunati is good. Also erson rv12 works real well and so does the schneider 
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