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Old 06-20-2005, 02:00 AM
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Lunati voodoo cam for a corvette 327?

Ive been looking into after market cams lately and im really wanting to try a lunati voodoo cam for it and im wondering what would be the best choice for a small block 327 corvette 62-67? it needs to be streetable with a decent gas milage..its all stock with the eception of an edelbrock singleplane manifold and a 4 barrell edelbrock carb...heads,valves,pistons etc. thanks,

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Old 06-20-2005, 06:50 AM
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your're sort of saying you don't want to get to agressive because your motor is mostly stock but the voodoo cams have an agressivecurve under the lift.it seems like the cam you are describing can be gotten from most any cam company.i'm not trying to belittle you or anything thats just what i am seeing.
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#1 Which 327 do you have? They were all available in the Corvette all the way from the 250HP to the 375HP and if it's a 350, 365 or 375HP what are you doing modifying it?! Leave it alone. The '62-'64 250HP has significantly different heads than the '65-'67 so the year matters if you have one of those.

#2 Is it still in a Vette, if not what is it in?

#3 What transmission and rear end ratio do you have?

#4 What is your intended usage?

I'm sure there is a VooDoo cam that will fit your needs but we need a little more info............
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ok here goes..its the 327 that was rated at 300 hp.the reason im modifing it is because it was pretty much a core when i got it....its also no longer in a vette because i bought the motor alone with no tranny or anything...the tranny its hooked to now is 700r4 and its now in a highly custom 85 camaro..the exaust im running is corvette side pipes ,no mufflers. hope this helps..the heads are original to the 300 hp specs..unported,thanks again,
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Old 06-23-2005, 04:00 PM
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Call Lunati & ask them which cam to run,they can make the best recommendation.They will want to know your rear axle ratio, & intended use of the vehicle in addition to the other info you have. You can get Lunatis phone number off the Inet.
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voodoo link

try this link the info on it might help with your decision.

http://www.holley.com/HiOctn/ProdLin...CC/Voodoo.html

I to would like to know how are the voodoo cams performing, but they are still quite new to the market.
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