Lunati's new "Voodoo" Cams for 5.7L/6.1L HEMIs

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Lunati's new "Voodoo" Cams for 5.7L/6.1L HEMIs

Post by scottm » Tue Aug 10, 2010 8:11 pm


Lunati's 3 New "Voodoo" Cams For Your 5.7L/6.1L Hemi ... index.html
Looking to get more out of your late-model Hemi engine? Look to Lunati, who's come up with three new "Voodoo" high-performance billet camshafts for your 5.7L or 6.1L Hemi....along with a new custom grind program for those engines.

Designated mild, intermediate, and aggressive, the three new cams are aimed at high performance Hemi engines in Street Machines, Street Rods, Muscle Cars, Drag Race Cars, 4x4/Off-Road vehicles and, if applicable, Marine.

Though all three of them work well with blown and nitrous applications, the mildest one (PN 61900) provides excellent torque at low speeds through mid-range; it's also ideal for Hemi-powered pickup trucks pulling trailers.

The intermediate camshaft (PN 61901) is ideally suited for higher performance engines with upgraded valve springs, aftermarket programmers, and higher stall-speed torque converters.

The most aggressive one (PN 61902) serves a wide range of modified applications, including those with an aftermarket torque converter, an upgraded intake, a blower or nitrous oxide induction.

Because these new cams subject the valve springs to increased valve lift and higher velocities, Lunati recommends upgraded Beehive valve springs and retainers. Those springs are available in two different heat treatments, while the retainers are available in two different materials (steel or titanium).

Compared with the performance of the original equipment camshafts, Lunati has applied faster acceleration and deceleration ramps on their cams' lobes. They open the valves faster, allow them to remain open for longer, and close them faster. This increases vacuum and builds cylinder pressure with less lobe separation...and by reducing the lobe separation angles, they improve throttle response.

Lunati likens the quick-acting valve acceleration and deceleration process to the sensation of standing by a fast-opening door and feeling the increased air velocity rushing past. The final act in the closing process is to set the valve into its seat gently.

Available for immediate delivery, these new cams are priced at $413.60.

Get more information on these cams--and the new custom lobe profile program--when you contact:

11126 Willow Ridge Drive,
Olive Branch, MS 38654
Telephone (662) 892-1500

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