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Have a pair of low mileage performance cams that were removed from a hopped up 1974 spider recently that have a 11mm lift and say 306 on each back and come with what you see in the photo for $400 + ship. Manufacturer is unknown but believe them to be Alquati brand.
 

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Alquati generally had an alphanumeric designation, A32, A35, etc. At least the two sets I have.
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Have a pair of low mileage performance cams that were removed from a hopped up 1974 spider recently that have a 11mm lift and say 306 on each back and come with what you see in the photo for $400 + ship. Manufacturer is unknown but believe them to be Alquati brand.
Hi,
did you have any letters| marks on the camshafts? Please let me know. Maybe you can post a picture.
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JUST FYI:
If the 306 is the typical duration at .5mm(.020" that Euro cam builders use, then these are race cams and the old Alquati cams had very narrow high rpm power band.
 

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JUST FYI:
If the 306 is the typical duration at .5mm(.020" that Euro cam builders use, then these are race cams and the old Alquati cams had very narrow high rpm power band.
could It be this one. 306 is 11mm, medium/rally prep, 36-76-76-36, 0.40/0.45mm clearance
 
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