Texas Speed LS1 LS6 LS2 Cleetus McFarland Bald Eagle Boost Cam
TSP Cleetus McFarland LS1 LS2 Bald Eagle Boost Cam
CAM SPECS: 227/234 .600"/.600" 114 LSA 111 ICL
5150 Cam Core
- Upgraded 8620 Cam Core Upon Request For An Additional $50 (Contact us Before Placing Order)
Purchase the same camshaft that Cleetus McFarland is running in "Leroy", his savage C5 Corvette! The Bald Eagle camshaft was custom-ground for Leroy and is a great choice for supercharged applications. If you want a little bit more chop to our cam, you can also order it for naturally-aspirated setups! This cam comes with a large dose of 'murica and full of bald eagles! While we will not release the complete specs of the camshaft, we can tell you that the duration @ .050" is 227/234 for the intake and exhaust, respectively. It is an easy camshaft to tune and has a nice lope at idle. Automatic-equipped vehicles will require a minimum of a 2,800 RPM stall speed torque converter. This cam can easily be daily driven with zero issues once tuned properly. The Bald Eagle cam can be run with either the PAC Racing 1219 single beehive valve springs or our TSP dual spring kit that includes PAC Racing polished dual valve springs, titanium retainers, spring seats, and valve seals.
Check out the link below to hear this camshaft and see it help propel Leroy down the 1/4-mile to a 9.98 @ 136.5 MPH! The setup in this video consisted of a stock LS1 short-block, TSP Bald Eagle camshaft, Precision Race Components Stage 2.5 LQ9 cylinder heads, TSP stainless steel long tube headers, and TSP stainless steel off-road x-pipe. It was all topped off with an LSA supercharger!
| Cleetus McFarland "Bald Eagle" LS1/LS2 Boost Cam fits the following vehicle(s):
*Racing Use Only, Not Legal for Road Use
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