Adding the supercharger to the equation changed things dramatically. No longer did the smaller cam offer more low-speed power. The larger cam out-powered the smaller cam from 3,000 rpm to 6,200 rpm. Obviously the larger cam was a better match with the supercharger. To put this into perspective, the supercharged combination with the small cam only made 50 more horsepower than the normally aspirated combination with the big cam. Another telling factor is the fact that the boost pressure was high with the smaller cam. Running the same pulley combinations, the peak boost registered with the big cam was 8.1 psi but this increased to 9.0 psi once we installed the smaller cam. The boost was backing up in the intake due to the restrictive cam timing. Basically, the 350 made less power with more boost with the small cam.