Originally Posted by Mutant Racer
I would recommend a street friendly cam. Mine is Texas S&P 231/236 to keep my car manageable in street traffic, no lurching and the nice characteristic it has is you wil have moderate low gear torque with a solid gain in mid gear topping off with a healthy push before shifting. Sweet spots never felt so sweet.
Currently running 455hp with 426 torque.
Friend of mine tomd me this about mild cams to...
Taxe S&P long tube headers 1 7/8 w/ cat, SLP LMII, Speed INC. yune, BMR Sways, Roto-Fab induction.
Street friendly lope.
He told you that because you want to add a blower and that cam you have can be used but not the best.
The OP wants to CAM HARD so a cam in the 112 and other variables increased will make it cam HARD. LSX Camaro posted a video and that sounds nice, even untuned.
2001 ws6, 40k miles, Ls3 416 stroker, short block built by PER the rest by me. LPE Ls3 heads milled to 12-1 comp, FAST 102, NW 102, kooks 2", dual DMH cutouts, Magnaflow C/B, BTR cam + springs. Full UMI suspension.