I've got one in my chevy powered Jeep and it runs great, no problems. From what I've been told though, the generic lobe profile of "house" cams are made for a chevy lifter diameter and don't maximize the lift/duration potential of the larger diameter chrysler lifter. Why don't you look on e-bay for a chryler cam? I found a 260/268 grind cam for my truck for only $75 including lifter set, lube, and shipping. Can't say how it works yet, haven't completed the build.
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