The final high-compression motor to be tested was the legendary LT-1. Rated at 370hp (360 in the Camaro), the LT-1 produced 353 hp and a whopping 392 lb-ft of torque. The milder cam profile combined with the increase in displacement dropped the engine speed where peak power occurred even further (compared to the 302 and 327). Compared to the 302, the peak torque dropped by 400 rpm while peak power occurred 1,200 rpm earlier. The LT-1 offered as much as 80 lb-ft of torque over the smaller 302 early in the rev range but out past 6,000 rpm, the smaller 302 carried the power curve to offer better power over both the 350 and the 327.