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ZZP cams have custom designed lobes to maximize the performance of your 3800 engine, ZZP cams make more HP at the same duration and lift than other brands. We hold every record in the 3800 market and have done extensive research on ramp rates and cam profiles, more so than any vendor on the planet. You can know with confidence that these are the very best grinds available in the market.


The VS cam is designed for use on totally stock heads and can be used with all stock components up to 6k rpm. It is recommended to upgrade valve springs to increase performance and allow shifting over 6000 where peak power is made. PCM programming recommended. If the engine has less than 100k miles, then the stock valve springs can work if you keep the shift point at 6000rpm. However we recommend at least the 90# valve springs and Retainers that we offer.
  • 206/216 at .050"
  • Intake Lift .320" (.512" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio)
  • Exhaust Lift .317" (.507" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio)
  • 115 LSA

    The X-P HOT cam is designed for supercharged or nitrous applications on 96 and up GM 3800s. The XP cam produces higher WHP and torque numbers than any cam grind currently available (that can be used with stock heads). Look for gains of 40-55 hp depending on your car's current configuration. We highly recommend running 136# Comp Cams valve springs, ZZP Modified retainers, LS7 lifters, 7.00" pushrods, Rollmaster double timing chain, Extra thick front cover gasket, and Machined oil pump cover. The XP is popular for top swaps and GT bottom end builds. You can run a smaller pulley with it than you can the VS. Peak power is 200rpm higher (than VS).
    • 212°/224° at .050"
    • Intake Lift .325" (.520" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio)
    • Exhaust Lift .335" (.536" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio)
    • 116 Lobe Separation

    The NIC cam serves 2 purposes, one is a lopey idle, the other is being able to run small pulleys non-intercooled. It has lots of overlap which results in a slight loss in torque but allows smaller pulleys without KR than other grinds. It can be used with an intercooler and on stock heads as lift is lower than the XP. It does well at high rpm and makes power past 6500. We highly recommend running a 136# Comp Cams valve spring, Modified retainers, LS7 lifters, 7.00" pushrods, Rollmaster double timing chain, Extra thick front cover gasket, Machined oil pump cover, and PCM programming are required. O2 sensors don't like overlap so a ZZP NIC tune should be used or if tuning yourself wideband on the dyno. Idle Sound Clip
    • 220°/230° at .050"
    • Intake Lift .317" (.507" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio)
    • Exhaust Lift .317" (.507" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio)
    • 112 Lobe Separation

    The XPZ cam was developed by ZZP to maximize the HP of a 3800 using an M90 in an all out build. Normally larger cams keep making more power at higher and higher rpms, the 3800 with an M90 isn't like that. The M90 is a positive displacement blower and puts out a fixed amount of air. It takes engineering to design a cam that can make the most of that air. With extremely aggressive ramp rates and high lift (.570) we achieved that with the XPZ which currently holds all M90 power records making 460WHP+ on Zoomer's GTP. The XPZ requires ported heads with machined valve guides, at least a 136# Comp Cams, or 155+# valve spring, Modified retainers, LS7 lifters, 7.05" / 7.00" pushrods, Rollmaster double timing chain, Extra thick front cover gasket, Machined oil pump cover, and PCM programming. No other cam makes the power of the XPZ in a 3800, period. Idle is similar to the XP with 13 inches of vacuum.  Due to the high lift of this cam, and lack of valve spring options that wont pull the rocker bolts out of the heads, we recommend staying with the stock 1.6 ratio.
    • 214°/224° at .050"
    • Intake Lift .566" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio
    • Exhaust Lift .536" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio
    • 116 Lobe Separation


    We highly recommend picking up our Cam Install Kit when installing a cam. It comes with all of the basic gaskets that you will need to complete the swap.
    ZZP cams have custom designed lobes to maximize the performance of your 3800 engine, ZZP cams make more HP at the same duration and lift than other brands. We hold every record in the 3800 market and have done extensive research on ramp rates and cam profiles, more so than any vendor on the planet. You can know with confidence that these are the very best grinds available in the market.


    The VS cam is designed for use on totally stock heads and can be used with all stock components up to 6k rpm. It is recommended to upgrade valve springs to increase performance and allow shifting over 6000 where peak power is made. PCM programming recommended. If the engine has less than 100k miles, then the stock valve springs can work if you keep the shift point at 6000rpm. However we recommend at least the 90# valve springs and Retainers that we offer.
    • 206/216 at .050"
    • Intake Lift .320" (.512" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio)
    • Exhaust Lift .317" (.507" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio)
    • 115 LSA

      The X-P HOT cam is designed for supercharged or nitrous applications on 96 and up GM 3800s. The XP cam produces higher WHP and torque numbers than any cam grind currently available (that can be used with stock heads). Look for gains of 40-55 hp depending on your car's current configuration. We highly recommend running 136# Comp Cams valve springs, ZZP Modified retainers, LS7 lifters, 7.00" pushrods, Rollmaster double timing chain, Extra thick front cover gasket, and Machined oil pump cover. The XP is popular for top swaps and GT bottom end builds. You can run a smaller pulley with it than you can the VS. Peak power is 200rpm higher (than VS).
      • 212°/224° at .050"
      • Intake Lift .325" (.520" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio)
      • Exhaust Lift .335" (.536" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio)
      • 116 Lobe Separation

      The NIC cam serves 2 purposes, one is a lopey idle, the other is being able to run small pulleys non-intercooled. It has lots of overlap which results in a slight loss in torque but allows smaller pulleys without KR than other grinds. It can be used with an intercooler and on stock heads as lift is lower than the XP. It does well at high rpm and makes power past 6500. We highly recommend running a 136# Comp Cams valve spring, Modified retainers, LS7 lifters, 7.00" pushrods, Rollmaster double timing chain, Extra thick front cover gasket, Machined oil pump cover, and PCM programming are required. O2 sensors don't like overlap so a ZZP NIC tune should be used or if tuning yourself wideband on the dyno. Idle Sound Clip
      • 220°/230° at .050"
      • Intake Lift .317" (.507" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio)
      • Exhaust Lift .317" (.507" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio)
      • 112 Lobe Separation

      The XPZ cam was developed by ZZP to maximize the HP of a 3800 using an M90 in an all out build. Normally larger cams keep making more power at higher and higher rpms, the 3800 with an M90 isn't like that. The M90 is a positive displacement blower and puts out a fixed amount of air. It takes engineering to design a cam that can make the most of that air. With extremely aggressive ramp rates and high lift (.570) we achieved that with the XPZ which currently holds all M90 power records making 460WHP+ on Zoomer's GTP. The XPZ requires ported heads with machined valve guides, at least a 136# Comp Cams, or 155+# valve spring, Modified retainers, LS7 lifters, 7.05" / 7.00" pushrods, Rollmaster double timing chain, Extra thick front cover gasket, Machined oil pump cover, and PCM programming. No other cam makes the power of the XPZ in a 3800, period. Idle is similar to the XP with 13 inches of vacuum.  Due to the high lift of this cam, and lack of valve spring options that wont pull the rocker bolts out of the heads, we recommend staying with the stock 1.6 ratio.
      • 214°/224° at .050"
      • Intake Lift .566" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio
      • Exhaust Lift .536" lift at 1.6:1 rocker ratio
      • 116 Lobe Separation


      We highly recommend picking up our Cam Install Kit when installing a cam. It comes with all of the basic gaskets that you will need to complete the swap.

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      JS
      04/01/2019
      Jason S.

      xp cam.

      Shipping was super fast. Got cam installed and took car for a drive. Car seems to have way more pop in the higher rpm range. Will find out for sure when the track opens in a few weeks what effect it had on overall performance.

      RB
      12/23/2018
      Robert B.

      Cams

      Comp cams is always a great product ... Ran all roller set up in my big block 10 sec Chevelle

      TP
      06/11/2017
      Tony P.

      CamShaft Install

      The install of the cam itself was easy... getting to it... well that's a whole different story. It was harder to get to the cam then removing the old one and installing the new one. All seams well just being easy on it for some miles. Sounds good so far.

      LH
      05/16/2017
      Levi H.

      Excellent product, great service

      Excellent product, great service

      BB
      09/02/2016
      Brett B.

      VS Cam Daily Driver

      Installed a VS Cam in an 04 GT Top Swap. 90 lbs springs, VS Cam, CAI, 1.0 tune, 3.5 pulley, and headers. Makes for a great mild daily driver build. Didn't take a hit on mpg, easy starts, no idle lope, and tons of torque. That low rpm torque really makes street driving fun and doesn't make the car feel like a dog for DD.