When we started this project we didn’t realize that the Lingenfelter crank sensor converter also took care of the cam trigger. Because of this, we ordered a three-bolt–style camshaft from COMP so we could use a 1x cam trigger. The new bumpstick isn’t a ton bigger than what came out of the LS3 (remember those smog inspectors?), but it should help the LS3 put out a bit more juice. With duration numbers (at 0.050-inch) of 216/230 and lift of 0.561/0.572 on a 118 LSA, it’s bigger than the conservative cam that came in the LS3 from GMPP but well within what we need to pass the biennial sniff test.