Did you have to make any changes to fueling, and what did it cost for the mechanic to install the cam?
No changes to fueling. The mechanic quoted me 3-5 hours, and it took him 5 hours, plus ECU reset and a few other minor things. He charged me for 5 hours. My mechanic charges $100 an hour, so it was $500, plus some shims and miscellaneous parts. The total was $600 plus tax.
We reset the ECU to stock and as George said, it searched for a few minutes, realized the cam was there, and began running perfectly. It's as if it was meant for this engine.