As some may have been following, I've been working with Michael at L&M Engines on an intake cam profile to gain power at RPM without sacrificing any low/midrange power. Together we've come up with a unique camshaft that gains power with no compromises. No loss of power at any RPM, no valve float at high RPM with stock valve springs, no loss of drivability, easy to tune, and FULL VCT movement allowed. This cam is just a few degrees larger in duration with the same 11MM lift as a stock GT cam. The kicker here is we did not test this cam against a stock GT camshaft, we tested it against a BOSS 13MM camshaft. Yes, we GAINED power with 2MM LESS lift simply by adjusting the valve events to a more ideal location while still allowing FULL VCT movement without using an aggressive lobe profile. (IE no valve float or issues with boost) AED is fully supporting tuning of this intake cam in all NA and Boosted applications, however if you want to use your current tuner that should not be a problem. This cam drives/idles like stock and tuning was extremely straight forward, nothing like dialing in Comp Stage 3's. Just a few TiVCT changes are needed to extract maximum power. For reference this car has an Aluminator XS engine with full exhaust and a Tremec Manual trans. Below are the dyno graphs. I've posted 2 as we had a torque spike show up in the Graph VS RPM (happens sometimes due to dyno software) that does not show up on the Graph VS Speed. Pre-cam dyno pulls were done the day of the cam swap. We strapped the car down, warmed it up and made a few pulls. The highest power graph is posted for comparison against the L&M Intake cam graph. Anybody looking to order these cams please contact L&M. Currently they are special order items and take a few weeks to be ground/shipped.