72 Monte Carlo Posted June 11, 2020 Share Posted June 11, 2020 I just bought a 70 Chevelle 402 350 HP 2 bolt main complete motor. It has cylinder heads # 3964290 - 69-70 oval port, closed chamber 101cc, and 10.25:1 compression pistons in it. I'm wanting to put a new cam, lifters, valve springs, and roller tip rockers in it. My 72 Monte Carlo currently has a 396 SBC Stroker motor with only cam break-in time and 1/4 of road trip on it. It has a turbo 350 trans, 28" tall rear tires, and a 12 bolt posi with 2.73 gears. I plan on getting either 3.31 or 3.55 gears for it later on. I've got Hooker Competition ceramic 2" primaries long tube headers, an Edelbrock Performer 2-0 intake, and a Holley 3310 780 cfm carb for it. I've been looking at the Lunati Voodoo 60201 and 60202 cams. The lunati tech said that I should go with the 60201 cam because of it being a heavy car, and the rpm of that cam is 1000 - 5500 rpm. I want it to be a good street driver with a slight lope at idle, but it needs to have some great torque too. Does any fellow Monte owners have any sound bites of these cams, and real world experience with them? The last big block 402 I had was in a 74 Chevy Cheyenne Super 4x4 lifted shortbox pickup, with 3.73 gears, 4" lift, and 35" tires. I had a Crane 272-H10 cam in it and it was a torque beast. Any other camshafts that I should look at? Thanks for any advice that you can provide. Doug Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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