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I have a lunarti cam with the following stamped at the end either PIKD108,or P1KD108 are unable to find the specs for it.It came off a small block 400,off my 1970 camaro.Would appreciate any help you can give cheers Maria.

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Nothing under that number comes up on their web site. You should give them a call on thier tech line 662-892-1500. They are open Mon. thru Fri. 7 AM to 6 PM CST. Hope you get the information you are looking for.

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