New Camshaft


We offer new camshaft selections and OE camshaft replacement with a focus on antique, diesel, and racing performance vehicles including stock profiles.

Our new camshaft listings include OEM applications to match your engine requirements such as needed engine torque and horsepower, as well as additional parts and accessories of the highest quality standards, including, but not limited to:

  • New camshaft stock performance
  • Valve springs
  • Pushrods
  • Guide plates

We also provide new camshaft position sensors that are an important part of your competition vehicle. If you are experiencing ignition problems, car jerking or surging, poor acceleration or engine stalling, we can provide a new camshaft.

Call Delta Cam (800) 562-5500 for new camshaft assistance in selecting products from our stock.

Camshaft Replacement


We offer aftermarket high performance camshaft replacement styles and grinds for high-rpm race performance, as well as diesel camshaft replacement, parts, and accessories to help enhance your overall performance.

We specialize in camshaft replacement for:

  • High performance cars
  • Motorcycles
  • Diesel engines for race and rally applications
  • Re-creation of antique original parts that are no longer available

Our reputation for high quality camshaft replacement and reliability is well-known nationwide. As a reputable business since 1978, we have an outstanding team working diligently to serve the performance aftermarket with original replacement parts and products of a superior quality.

In addition to new replacement parts, we can also alter existing camshafts to new specifications.

Overhead Cam


An overhead cam is the part of a vehicle’s engine responsible for opening and closing the valves. This allows the air-fuel mixture to enter the engine’s combustion chamber and leave through the exhaust.

In overhead cam engines of both V and straight configurations, the overhead cam which actuates the valves is located directly on top of the valves. The overhead cam rotates and the lobes push down on the valve stems causing the valves to open, and then close when the lobe rotates away.

In today’s cars, the overhead cam is located in:

  • Either the engine block – an overhead valve design (OHV)
  • Or in the cylinder head – an overhead cam layout (OHC)
  • Or some engines employ a double overhead cam (DOHC) design

We will assist you in your overhead cam needs. We can also help you decide which overhead cam is right for you. Call Delta Cam (800) 562-5500 for overhead cam questions.