Gwatney Performance (GPI) Stage 4 LS3 6.2L Cam - SS4 (No Flycut)
Gwatney Performance (GPI) Stage 4 LS3 6.2L Cam - SS4 (No Flycut)Gwatney Performance (GPI) Stage 4 LS3 6.2L Cam - SS4 (No Flycut)

Gwatney Performance (GPI) Stage 4 LS3 6.2L Cam - SS4 (No Flycut)




Gwatney Performance (GPI) Stage 4 LS3 6.2L Cam - Camaro/Corvette/LSX - LS SS4 (No Flycut)

GPI Stage 4 LS3 6.2L N/A (Naturally Aspirated) Camshaft Specs (SS4): 236/252 .646"/.637" 113 LSA

These camshafts have a 3-bolt timing gear pattern. This listing is for a 5150 steel core camshaft (8620 pictured in stock photo).

All out performance application. Very street able, requires 4000 plus converter, prefers 3.91 to 4.10 gearing and requires no flycutting. Track tested and developed 10 second cam with heads and supporting mods. Strong to 7200 rpm. Specifically designed to clear on stock heads and gaskets with no milling.

Note: Max Effort Camshaft. Will require measuring piston-to-valve clearance to ensure proper clearances. Designed not to require flycutting with stock geometry, but we highly recommend measuring to verify.

Gwatney Performance Innovation's LS3 Cams are an excellent selection for GM LS3 combinations including 6.2L Camaros, Corvettes, Caprice PPV, L76 G8 GTs and any LS Swap application utilizing rectangular port style cylinder heads. These camshafts are optimized specifically for use with rectangular port head LS applications.

From GPI:
"These cams are our most popular product, and for good reason – they are pound for pound – the best cams on the market for your LS3 / LS2 / LS1. These cams have become the benchmark for Camaro’s and Corvette’s all over the country.

Our GPI Camshaft and Head packages have been dominating race tracks, and taking Camaro’s and Corvette’s deep into the 10 second range for customers all over the country.

Although these camshafts were designed with naturally aspirated motors in mind – because centrifugal blowers maintain a very similar, linear power curve as NA – these cams work beautifully with centrifugal blowers. Great option to keep in mind if you are naturally aspirated now – but are later planning on adding boost."