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Old 08-18-2008, 04:31 AM
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Lunati Voodoo Cams?

Anybody here ever run one?

I found a cam and lifter kit on the clearance table at Advance Auto Parts for $79.95. Summit list the same part number (60101LK) for $195

It is a smaller grind than I would have picked if I was paying retail, but it should make for a good running engine.

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Lunati is a division of Holley and has maintained a excellent product and performance reputation for many years....

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Summit $195=cam and lifters?
most Lunati cams are about $135....

just some food for thought with a illustration:
click on the 256 (close to the Lunati duration) and 262 cam dyno charts on this Comp Cam's link to read the dyno results....

you would be buying 18 additional HP for roughly $50 by paying $135 for the 262....
that's dirt cheap HP increase cost!

http://www.compcams.com/Technical/DynoSheets/

you gave no info about your car and motor combo so the 215/219 Lunati may well be a excellent choice....
a very light car with low gears needs no cam at all to run like a scalded dog
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I think Holley dumped/sold the Lunati division. I believe it's a private individual company again. They're back to making quality cams.
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SS, you are correct, Lunati changed hands in 2007 (I missed that news)....

http://www.lunaticams.com/LunatiHistory.aspx
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