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Old 06-21-2008, 03:54 PM   #1
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Default Lunati Voodoo 212/218 cam?

Just wondering if anyone has ran the Lunati Voodoo series 212/218 on a 113 lsa cam in a 5.3L? Part number is 60510. Has a gross .531/.531 valve lift. Any other thoughts or opinions with this cam in a 2005 Z71? I listed the link below for all of the specs.

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I don't know of anyone running that cam, but I like the specs for a daily drive 5.3. The Comp 212/218 (114LSA) is a proven performer, in both the low and high lift versions. If the lobe ramp rates aren't too aggressive, the low lift of that cam should allow for LS6 springs and long spring life
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Well then has anyone ran a lunati cam on a 5.3L at all? How did it perform?
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that lunati and the comp cam are pretty well identical...i put the comp in a lifter 01 z71 with 35s...it ran pretty good
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I wonder how that cam would compare to the LS6 in terms of HP/TQ?
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