Check the mounting flange of the cam sprocket, i also was not aware what camshaft my car had and i found the part number engraved in the sprocket flange face. Takes away the guessing and you know what the valve events should be and you can compare that to where it is currently installed. Mine was advanced 1 tooth on the chain sprocket, on top of the 4 deg already ground in so i was at some crazy advance number. Cranking pressures of 200 PSI and had insane aggressive power. No valve to piston clearance issues strange enough with a 238/244 @ .050" and .572/.576" lift.