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Colt Cams Bolt-On Cam Gear Retainer 19794 1.00 Colt Cams Bolt-On Cam Gear Retainer
5 5 1
$ 36
The Colt Cams Bolt-On Cam Gear Retainer is designed to keep the camshaft gear from walking off the crankshaft. This is a must have upgrade for any 12V and 24V Cummins. The Cam Gear Retainer can also be used on the 03+ Common Rail engine but is not required. If used on the Common Rail, the front cover must be modified for additional clearance. Features: Keeps Cam Gear In Place Includes Retainer and Bolt Works With Colt Cams "Big Stick"
Colt Cams Stage 3 "Big Stick" Cummins Camshaft 15340 15.00 Colt Cams Stage 3 "Big Stick" Cummins Camshaft
5 5 2
$ 599
The Colt Cams Stage 3 "Big Stick" Cummins Camshaft gives you excellent performance, driveability, and is the most popular Cummins Camshaft in the Colt Cams lineup. Colt has worked long and hard on their camshaft profiles and has dyno'd over 50 different combination to give you the ultimate camshaft. Stage 3: Nicknamed the "Big Stick", this cam has gained the most popularity. Delivering the strongest mid-range torque and H.P. possible it still has good bottom end and drivability. No mods are required but a set of springs is recommended. The secret to the outstanding performance of these cams is their ramp velocity and acceleration. Features and Benefits: Good To 4000 RPM 30-35% Smoke Decrease Average 2-3 MPG Increase Approximately 200 Degree EGT Drop Duration @ .050 - INT. 181 Degrees, Cam Lift 0.280, Lobe Sep. 106.0 Duration @ .050 -EXH. 210 Degrees, Cam Lift 0.307 Installation Notes: Follow Cummins installation instructions, use adequate amounts of assembly lube. Retainer Torque - 44 ft-lbs. Use red loctite. When using retainer on Common Rail, clearance is required. Always use new or re-crowned lifters. Big Stick cast billets require 2nd gen 24V lifters. Cummins Part# 3942565 If using Common Rail lifted with larger head, make sure it clears the fuel pump lobe #5 on 12V engines. CR blocks should be okay but you should still check. If your gear is not pressed on all the way, the lifters could touch. Extra clearance may be required with aftermarket connecting rods. Drop-in cam is applicable in MOST cases, you MUST check clearances. Especially if a head has been planed, block decked,valve recessions..etc. Always check clearances before starting. Break-In Procedure: Cam lube on all lobes, lifter faces, and oil pump gears. Oil all bearing journals and lifter barrels. Always turn engine over by hand before starting, check for clearances and proper timing location. Fire up to 1800-2000 RPM for 18-20 minutes. Zinc Additive: Most oil companies have taken out a percentage of additives that are meant for anti-scuffing for break-in on flat tappet cams. A zinc additive must be added to your oil before you fire up your engine for the first time.
Colt Cams Stage 4 "Big Stick" Cummins Camshaft 33633 15.00 Colt Cams Stage 4 "Big Stick" Cummins Camshaft
$ 649
The Colt Cams Stage 4 "Big Stick" Cummins Camshaft gives your 1989-2017 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins the same great driveability, mid-range torque, horsepower, and bottom end as the Stage 3, but with a larger exhaust profile to give you the max flow on large singles or compounds. This camshaft is designed as a drop-in that is good up to 4400 RPM. Features: Drop-In Camshaft Good Up To 4400 RPM Great For Large Singles and Compound Turbos Duration @ .050 - INT. 181 Degrees, Cam Lift 0.280, Lobe Sep. 107.5 Duration @ .050 -EXH. 218 Degrees, Cam Lift 0.323 Installation Notes: Follow Cummins installation instructions, use adequate amounts of assembly lube. Retainer Torque - 44 ft-lbs. Use red loctite. When using retainer on Common Rail, clearance is required. Always use new or re-crowned lifters. Big Stick cast billets require 2nd gen 24V lifters. Cummins Part# 3942565 If using Common Rail lifted with larger head, make sure it clears the fuel pump lobe #5 on 12V engines. CR blocks should be okay but you should still check. If your gear is not pressed on all the way, the lifters could touch. Extra clearance may be required with aftermarket connecting rods. Drop-in cam is applicable in MOST cases, you MUST check clearances. Especially if a head has been planed, block decked,valve recessions..etc. Always check clearances before starting. Break-In Procedure: Cam lube on all lobes, lifter faces, and oil pump gears. Oil all bearing journals and lifter barrels. Always turn engine over by hand before starting, check for clearances and proper timing location. Fire up to 1800-2000 RPM for 18-20 minutes. Zinc Additive: Most oil companies have taken out a percentage of additives that are meant for anti-scuffing for break-in on flat tappet cams. A zinc additive must be added to your oil before you fire up your engine for the first time.
Colt Cams Tappet Set 19795 1.00 Colt Cams Tappet Set
$ 160
These Colt Cams Tappets are custom designed by Colt Cams and feature maximum crown (convex surface) this is the #1 feature to guarantee rotation on the Cummins. Over the last few years, we've noticed large inconsistencies in the crown with the current tappets on the market. Some are flat and even dished! Colt Cams addressed this issue using similar measurements of the standard tappets and maximizing the crown. Features: Custom Designed By Colt Cams Maximized Crown For Best Rotation
Fleece FPE-BRAB-C1 Billet Rocker Arm Bridges 31199 1.00 Fleece FPE-BRAB-C1 Billet Rocker Arm Bridges
$ 467.43
The Fleece FPE-BRAB-C1 Billet Rocker Arm Bridge increases strength in the valve train of your 1998.5-2018 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins. Features: Billet Design Increased StrengthSold As A Complete Set
Fleece FPE-CUMM-S2-PROD 3/8" Stage 2 Pushrods 50252 5.00 Fleece FPE-CUMM-S2-PROD 3/8" Stage 2 Pushrods
$ 400.14
Increase the strength of the valvetrain in your 1998.5-2019 Dodge Ram 5.9/6.7L Cummins by installing a set of Fleece FPE-CUMM-S2-PROD 3/8" Stage 2 Pushrods. These stock length pushrods are constructed from forged 4130 steel which is then heat treated to Rc60 for outstanding strength and rigidity. The Fleece Stage 2 Pushrods are designed to handle higher RPM, increased valve spring pressure, and increased cylinder pressure while minimizing valvetrain deflection. Sold as a complete set!Features:OEM Length3/8" DiameterComplete Set0.135" Thick WallRobust Forged Cup Ends4130 Forged Steel Construction
Hamilton Cams 07-C-178/208 Camshaft 27490 10.00 Hamilton Cams 07-C-178/208 Camshaft
$ 549
The Hamilton Cams 07-C-178/208 Camshaft is the most efficient cam tested for the 1989-2018 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins. On a moderate street truck, it will net you the best economy out of all Hamiltom Cams. Due to its short duration and wide lobe separation angle, it also has the least overlap (when intake and exhaust valves are open at the same time) of any Hamilton cams to kill in cylinder EGR on engines that have higher drive pressure than boost pressure. This is usually found with stock turbos that have a very restrictive turbine housing or turbine wheel. In engines there is always a trade off for different performance parts. On a truck with a 62mm turbo and 80hp injectors, this cam picked up 40hp at 1700rpm due to the fact that it moves so much air at lower rpms and helps the turbo spool much sooner. The trade off? It gives up power compared to our larger cams above 2600 rpm(still above a stock cam). If you live at high altitudes, tow heavy or are looking for the best efficiency possible for highway driving, this cam will help you considerably. Install with the intake from a 97-99 centerline. Although it works great as an efficiency cam, it is also popular with common rail engines that have larger single turbos or that have larger valves and ports. Larger turbos typically have less low rpm response as do cylinder heads with large ports and/or large valves. In these applications, it will really help get large turbos spooled much earlier. Features: Increased Low RPM Performance Great For Towing and Efficiency For Moderate Street Trucks Note: Zinc additive required.
Hamilton Cams 07-C-182/214 Camshaft 27491 15.00 Hamilton Cams 07-C-182/214 Camshaft
$ 499
The Hamilton Cams 07-C-182/214 Camshaft for your 1989-2018 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins is the perfect mix between the 178/208 Towing and Efficiency Cam, and the 188/220 Street and Strip Cam. The 182/214 works great from just off idle to 3500 RPM, making it perfect for use with a 64mm or smaller turbo and smaller performance injectors. Install with the intake on a 99 centerlline. If over 40 lbs. of boost, you must upgrade valve springs. It is a "drop in" cam if you have no more than .018" piston protrusion and no less than .038" valve face depth on a 24v, and no less than .055" valve face depth on a 12v with a 99 intake centerline. Features: Street Performance 182-214 Cast Cam .290"/.320" Great For Smaller Injectors and Smaller Turbochargers Note: Zinc additive required.
Hamilton Cams 07-C-188/220 Camshaft 18140 15.00 Hamilton Cams 07-C-188/220 Camshaft
5 5 1
$ 549
The Hamilton Cams 07-C-188/220 Camshaft for your 1989-2018 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins, has outperformed any other cam that Hamilton has tested against to date, from idle to 4,200 rpm. It is also the largest drop-in cam that Hamilton offers.Use with 62mm or larger single turbos or larger twins. Install intake on a 99 centerline, performance springs and pushrods are recommended. If you have had your head or block surfaced, you need to verify piston to valve clearance. For it to be "drop in" on a 12v you will need no more than .018" piston protrusion and at least .055" valve face depth with a standard head gasket and a 99 intake centerline. On a 24v you will need no more than .018" piston protrusion and at least .038" valve face depth with a standard gasket. If you do not meet the minimum requirements for piston to valve clearance, don't worry, you can still run an oversize headgasket or cut valve reliefs. Features: For Larger Singles and Compounds Best All-Around Performance Camshaft Note: Zinc additive required
Hamilton Cams 07-P-003 Heavy Duty Pushrods 18129 12.00 Hamilton Cams 07-P-003 Heavy Duty Pushrods
$ 186.83
As cylinder pressures, springs pressure and rpm increase in your 1998.5-2018 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins, the stress on your factory pushrods increases far beyond the level of stress your factory pushrods were designed for. If you are above 500hp with your ISB you need to upgrade to the heavy duty pushrods. If you are over 750hp, the stresses in your engine dictate that you go with our extreme duty pushrods.Features: Handles 500-750HPSold As A Complete SetFor Street and Strip Applications
Hamilton Cams 07-P-004 Extreme Duty Pushrods 18130 12.00 Hamilton Cams 07-P-004 Extreme Duty Pushrods
$ 186
The Hamilton Cams 07-P-004 Extreme Duty Pushrods are a must have if you are over 750hp with your 1998.5-2018 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins. The cylinder pressures dictate that you step up to the Hamilton Cams extreme duty pushrods which consist of a 3/8" .095" wall intake pushrod and a 7/16" .120" exhaust pushrod.Features: For Applications Over 750HP3/8" .095" Wall - Intake Pushrod7/16", .120" Wall - Exhaust Pushrod
Hamilton Cams 07-R-003 High Performance OE Style Rocker Arms 60311 10.00 Hamilton Cams 07-R-003 High Performance OE Style Rocker Arms
$ 599
Upgrade the valvetrain on your 1998.5-2018 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins with Hamilton Cams 07-R-003 High Performance OE Style Rocker Arms. These rocker arms incorporate bronze bushings for reduced friction and swaged steel tips for longer life.Features:OEM Style Rocker ArmSwaged Steel Tips for Longer LifeTool Steel FulcrumReduced Friction with Bronze Bushings
Hamilton Cams 07-S-003 Valve Springs 18126 5.00 Hamilton Cams 07-S-003 Valve Springs
5 5 1
$ 399
Increase performance in the valvetrain of your 1998.5-2018 Dodge 5.9L / 6.7L Cummins with the Hamilton Cams 07-S-003 Valve Springs. Stock springs have 78-82lbs of pressure seat pressure on average at 1.380". If you are over 50psi (boost or drive pressure) and 3,800 rpm, stock springs do not fully control the valvetrain. This allows a few negative things to happen. First, valve float, which can cause serious damage to the valvetrain. Second, intake and exhaust valves can be blown open by boost and exhaust drive pressure which allows reversion. Reversion can hurt your power potential by allowing exhaust gasses to enter the cylinder on the intake stroke. Inert gasses in the exhaust, when reintroduced into the cylinder shield the fuel particles from oxygen in the cylinder. This does a few things that negatively affect power. It increases the time delay from start of injection to start of combustion, it decreases the maximum pressure and maximum temperature reached in the cylinder and it increases the total time needed to completely burn the available fuel. Correct valve spring pressure is a very important piece of power production. If you are running a tuner on an otherwise stock truck with a VGT charger, based on exhaust drive pressure, you need these. Hamilton Cams suggests these springs if you are over 50lbs. of boost(or drive pressure) or over 3800 rpm or when running aftermarket camshafts. Hamilton has slightly lowered the pressure on this springs from 110# to 103#. If you are running over 4,500 rpm with a large cam, they suggest going with 103# springs with different processing for better longevity in extreme applications as well as their light-weight 4130 or titanium retainers. Retainers not included. Features: 103# Spring Complete SetWorks For Over 50lbs Of Boost
Hamilton Cams 07-S-004 Tool Steel Retainers 18145 2.00 Hamilton Cams 07-S-004 Tool Steel Retainers
$ 49
The Hamilton Cams 07-S-004 Tool Steel Retainers are the perfect addition to Hamilton Valve Springs on your 1998.5-2018 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins. These Tool Steel Retainers feature an ultralight design and work great in applications running over 4500 RPM, and with a cam that has over .320" lobe lift. Features: Tool Steel Design Works With Hamilton Valve Springs For Applications Over 4500RPM With Over .320" Lobe Lift
Hamilton Cams 07-S-004T Titanium Retainers 32694 1.00 Hamilton Cams 07-S-004T Titanium Retainers
$ 199
The Hamilton Cams 07-S-004T Titanium Retainers are the perfect addition to Hamilton Valve Springs on your 1998.5-2018 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins. These Titanium Retainers feature an ultralight design and work great in applications running over 4500 RPM, and with a cam that has over .370" lobe lift. Features: Titanium Design Works With Hamilton Valve Springs For Applications Over 4500RPM With Over .370" Lobe Lift Note: As a precautionary measure, Hamilton Cams recommends that these retainers are inspected after every season for wear.
Hamilton Cams 07-S-009T High RPM Springs & Titanium Retainers 32693 2.00 Hamilton Cams 07-S-009T High RPM Springs & Titanium Retainers
$ 499
The Hamilton Cams 07-S-009T High RPM Springs and Titanium Retainers are ideal for use in 1998.5-2018 Dodge 5.9L /6.7L Cummins engines running over 4500 RPM. This high RPM version of the Hamilton 103# spring is triple shot peened and stress relieved. If you have a cam with over .370" lobe lift, the titanium retainers are recommended. Features: Lightweight Titanium Retainers For High RPM Engines (Over 4500 RPM) Note: As a precautionary measure, Hamilton Cams suggests that the titanium retainers be inspected after every season for wear.
Hamilton Cams 07-S-110 Competition Valve Springs 60323 2.00 Hamilton Cams 07-S-110 Competition Valve Springs
$ 499
Correct valve spring pressure is very important to power production in your 24V Cummins. The Hamilton Cams 07-S-110 Competition Valve Springs allow higher boost pressures and rpm without valve float or unacceptable levels of reversion. Features:24 Valve Competition Springs Good to 6,500 RPMFor Competition Use
Hamilton Cams 07-T-001 1.45" Tappets 18141 3.00 Hamilton Cams 07-T-001 1.45" Tappets
$ 159
The Hamilton Cams 07-T-001 1.45" Tappets are specially designed to fit all 1989-2018 Dodge 5.9L and 6.7L Cummins engines. At 1.45" they will not have interference with the Fuel pump eccentric on 12v engines and are much wider than the 1.1" tappets used in early 12v engines. This means they have more surface area to work with wider lobes which will promote much better lobe life with today's low zinc oils. Features: Wider Surface Lighter Than Common Rail Tappets
Hamilton Cams 07-T-002 1.45" Billet Steel Tappets 31481 2.00 Hamilton Cams 07-T-002 1.45" Billet Steel Tappets
$ 299
The Hamilton Cams 07-T-002 1.45" Billet Steel Tappets for your 1989-2018 Dodge 5.9L Cummins feature a wider surface area that allows them to spread the load better. With today's inferior oils, this is a major benefit. The 1.45" steel tappets are for use on applications over 5000 RPM with heavy valve springs, or a billet steel cam. Features: 1.45" Steel Tappets For Over 5000 RPM For Heavy Valve Springs Or Billet Steel Cam
Harland Sharp Roller Rocker Arms 24V Cummins 10608 15.00 Harland Sharp Roller Rocker Arms 24V Cummins
$ 1800
Harland Sharp D-Force Roller Rocker Arms are manufactured in-house out of 2024 Billet Aluminum to ensure maximum strength and durability for your Cummins valvetrain. The D-Force roller rocker arms also feature a roller tip for superior friction reduction and increased performance. For use in racing applications, and with no required modifications, the D-Force roller rocker arms from Harland Sharp truly are the simplest way of maximizing your diesel engines valvetrain performance! Features:Made from 2024 billet aluminumRoller tip for friction reductionInstalls in place of factory rocker armsSold as a complete set Kit comes with new 3/8 ball adjusters Application Notes:Not for daily driven use. Harland Sharp Rocker Arms are designed for competition engines.