16.This really bitchin' cam degree tool by Comp Cams came in handy for telling us where the cam was in relation to the crank. The stock timing chain gear doesn't provide cam adjustment, and as far as we know, there is no adjustable timing chain for this style cam. The cam was cut on a 112-degree centerline and in the stock timing chain alignment installed at 108 degrees. If you subtract what the cam was cut on from how it actually installed, you will have the total center. So, 108 from 112 is actually 110 degrees.