Building a 327 for a client, he is supplying parts. 331cid (30 over, 9.8:1), 205cc Assault aluminum heads (2.02/1.6)(244cfm @.500)(chinese castings assembled and machined in Iowa), dual plane aluminum intake, 650 Holley, 4 speed stick, 68 Corvette. These heads were a great value at $750 and have pretty big 205cc ports (remember he is dictating parts). Im a little worried that velocity may suffer with these big flow heads and low end could be sluggish, luckily its a stick. What cam do you guys recommend? I had my eye on the Lunati Voodoo 268/276 (227/233, .489/.505) fast ramp, low overlap cam. I have this cam in my 468 Olds and its a terrific cam...but thats a big motor with mountains of torque. Is it too big for this combo considering these heads are probably a bit too big for our build? Should I consider the typical L79 cam (224/224, .465/.465) or would I be leaving too much HP on the table. My desktop dyno says 394HP for this aluminum headed 9.8:1 with the Lunati Voodoo. Not looking for any more and am willing to give up a bit if it helps low end torque. At high rpm Im sure it will rage, but want to select a cam that helps us down low too. Not opposed to using Rhodes lifters on our HFT cam either. Advice?