Sure You talking about the right engine? The cam you linked is not for an LS and the LSís already have 1.7 rockers.
We used the master for that LT4 cam on the LS cam.
so .492" lift is .328" lobe lift and then the LS 1.7 rockers make that grind .557" lift.
You get more duration at the same time just a couple numbers more.
I checked piston to valve clearance and had just over .100" intake and exhaust with the stock flat top LQ9 pistons.
Can even use those masters for a Ford Or Mopar or BBC cam.
Nice to be able to mix and match masters to get what you want.
Buddies truck is heavy and I wanted to keep the LSA tight closing the intake valve a bit sooner traps that much needed cylinder pressure. Get the pig out of the hole.
If he was lighter or had a bit more compression or better gear I may have opted to use the exhaust master on intake and exhaust lobe.. another 10 degrees @ .050 on the intake side i feel would do quite nice. But I was also worried about piston to valve clearance.
I knew the intake side would be the culprit tightening the LSA.
I had a single pattern ground off that LT4 For my old gen 1 357" in my 47 dodge. 228-288 @ .050 with .492" lift and had it ground on a 110LSA. Gentle little roller cam for every day driving you know.