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The Lingenfelter GT2-3 is a 5.3 Radix favorite for allot of people. A Comp 212/218 would also be good IMO.
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TVS2300@12psi on top of 8 Pistons, Leftcoast32 8 Rib setup, Precision Built 4L80E, PI 2800, Tuned by Myself
11.9 @ 112.7(Uncorrected) 5900 Lb raceweight.
I've heard the 02+ LS6 cam is nice for boost, but thats what I've heard..
It is a good cheap budget cam for F/I yes.
But all and all, if you spend about $100 more on a custom grind for your combo your going to be making more power in the long run. Plus lots of tuners stock their "custom" grinds so you don't have to wait for the delay most times.
Key word being "most"
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Throw a late model LS1 Z06 cam in it. You can nit pik this to death. These cams are available for next to nothing or actually nothing if you're near a shop that works on a lot of vettes. If the high dollar cam has specs near the Z06 cam, chances are it will make similar power. I'm convinced that there's not much magic in cam selection. Look at the duration, lift, lsa, etc. My son has a Z06 cam in his Trick turboed truck. It's damn strong. Call me crazy, but I think a vortec supercharged truck is about like a belt driven turbocharged truck anyway. Cams ought to behave similarly.