The idea is neat; find a cam that works and change parameters that don't make a big difference to make the cam sound larger than it really is to give the engine a nice sound.
In practice, I wouldn't use one on an engine that I cared much about the power output. It is enough of a science to get a good cam for a particular engine without purposely doing things wrong. Now for an engine that I was only building to look and sound cool, this cam line would probably fit the bill.
As a cam company I probably would have released this line a decade ago. Most of the world takes an average smogger small block and drops $300 worth of parts on it and calls it good with a cool 450 HP. For those people this cam will really sell and won't make a big difference for their already horribly matched and worn engine.
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