Deathtrap Customs A/S

Whether you want a better street cam for a stock motor, a stroker performance cam or a real high lift cam for a dragster, Zodiac/Andrews has got a cam for you. All of Andrews cams are computer designed and precision ground from alloy steel billets.

Note:
M-, 9- and 10 Grind are Andrews cams for "Hot Street" machines and drag-racing, always check valve to valve, valve to piston clearance. Also check for coil bound.

Specifications

J GRIND
Mild street, smooth idle, more power through whole RPM range. Bolts in with no head work.
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1970 to early 1977
Late 1977 thru 1984
A GRIND
Street/Drags, bolts into Shovelhead engines (except 1980-1981) with no head work. More mid-range and high end power. Idle smoothness is unaffected.
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1970 to early 1977
Late 1977 thru 1984
B2 GRIND
Street/Drags, updated version of the B-grind cam with even more mid-range and top end power. Idle smoothness still unaffected. The cam for modified 74/80 inches and small strokers. Spring spacing required.
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1970 to early 1977
Late 1977 thru 1984
7 GRIND
Hotter version of B grind. Great cam especially for 84/88 inch strokers. Maximum torque available from 2200 to 6500 RPM.
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Late 1977 thru 1984
C GRIND
The best production cam made for big street engines. Strokers from 84 to 96 cubic inches will really turn on this cam. Broad torque range from 2000 to 7000+ RPM.
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1970 to early 1977
Late 1977 thru 1984
M GRIND
Street/Drags, for 88" or larger "Muscle-Motors". Maximum mid-range torque cam (3000 to 6500 RPM). OK for low compression pistons on street. Andrews springs and collars make installation easy.
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Late 1977 thru 1984
9 GRIND
Drag racing cam. Has broad tip design for maximum mid-range power for strokers from 88 cubic inch and larger. Requires Andrews springs and collars for head set up and installation.
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Late 1977 thru 1984
Grind Open Close Duration Valve @ .053" Lift Lift
J GRIND
Intake 21° 41° 242° .405"
Exhaust 41° 21° 242° .405"
A GRIND
Intake 21° 43° 244° .450"
Exhaust 43° 21° 244° .450"
B2 GRIND
Intake 26° 50° 256° .485"
Exhaust 53° 25° 256° .485"
7 GRIND
Intake 29° 53° 262° .510"
Exhaust 59° 27° 266° .510"
C GRIND
Intake 37° 61° 278° .525"
Exhaust 61° 37° 278° .525"
M GRIND
Intake 28° 56° 264° .590"
Exhaust 56° 28° 264° .590"
9 GRIND
Intake 32° 64° 276° .530"
Exhaust 64° 32° 276° .530"

Recommended Retail Prices include 25% sales tax.

Prices exclude shipping, import duties and installation.

Prices are based on EUR to NOK interbank rates obtained daily. The interbank rate is the rate that banks trade currency to each other. These prices must be used as a guide.

Note: 1970 thru early 1977 cams and late 1977 thru 1984 are not interchangeable as they have a different tooth pattern. To help you to identify what you need: early style cams have a flat gear, late style cams feature a groove in that gear on the ignition side.