* These include the Harold Brookshire designs from when he was at Custom Camshaft Company (Arrington Performance) in the mid/late 2000s. I particularly like how they give seat duration, .020", .050", .200", and lobe lift. Other than the Lunati TL2 & TR2 lobe series, these would be Harold's last available designs. The Lunati Voodoo's predate his time at CCC.
Crane Camshafts:Ben H wrote: ↑Thu May 26, 2011 6:58 am
We have some of Harold's designs that came with the purchase of Custom Camshaft Company also a few new ones for some long-time customers of his that we recently made parts for. All the standard part number cams are designed in house.
We buy cores from EPC, Camshaft Machine, Callies, some from Cam Motion and LSM. Odd or prototype cores are often made in house or locally (70mm 9 bearing things and other oddities). I've received samples from a few foreign companies but we are reluctant to use them do to inconsistency in quality. Every cam is ground in house, and Michael (Dacaman) and family did move from Martinsville,Va to work with us at Howards.
http://www.cranecams.com/uploads/catalo ... atalog.pdf
www.compcams.com/Technical/Catalogs/Cam ... atalog.pdf
Jones Cam Designs:
Bullet's Ultradyne catalog:
I know there are more out there, but this is my quick reference. Crower, Lunati, Engle, Megacycle, Erson, etc. don't list there masters, just cams by application. As usual, all the above have more than they publish.
Feel free to add links to others.