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LS6 vs. Lunati Voodoo Cam-6.0L LS1When we assembled the engine to prepare for dyno testing, all we had available in terms of production camshafts was a factory LS6 cam. While we were hoping to test the mild Lunati Voodoo cam profile against the factory LS1 cam, testing against the more aggressive LS6 cam netted some impressive power gains throughout the rev range. With 0.531 lift and a 212/218 duration split, the mild (but powerful) Lunati Voodoo grind offered as much as 15 hp and 22 lb-ft. of torque. Previous testing against a stock LS1 cam (on a mild 5.7L LS1) showed as much as 31 hp.