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Hey, So I am trying to pick out a cam and I narrowed it down between these 4. Im using this as a street truck. Maybe some track time but not often.

First one 54-414-11 in 212/ ex 220 rpm range 1300-6300 Hydraulic Roller-Great mid-range with superior top end power. Needs computer modifications. XFI CAM

second 54-408-11 in 206/ ex 212 rpm range 800-5800 Hydraulic Roller-Very strong torque, good mileage. Noticeable increase over stock cam. XFI CAM

3rd 54-456-11 in 219/ ex 227 rpm 1500-6700 HYDRAULIC ROLLER-Excellent torque with a very broad power band. Great for street performance and drivability. NEW LSR™ Cathedral Port (Small Displacement or Max Torque, 4.8L-5.3L)

4th 54-424-11 in 212/ ex 218 rpm range 1400 to 6700 Hydraulic Roller-Great street LS6 replacement camshaft. Very wide power range, good drivability and excellent response.

Your imput will help me. Thank you very much
 

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I have the 54-408-11, works well with my 35" tires and 4.10 gears. I like it alot for the torque. Good daily driver cam.
 

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Thank you silveradotrailblazer. I have 4.10s as well. Are you running stock converter or what are you stalling at?
 

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Stock converter. I like it because you can't here it. Also I have a 5.3 engine with Banks CAI, JBA shorties and Magnaflow single cat-back.
 

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What motor do you have??
 

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I have a 5.3. I bought 54-424-11 cam from one of the members on this board. I couldnt pass it up for the price.
 
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