IEM - I missed that reference and focused on the comment about cam lobes. Did the CT package include cams with revised profiles? If it just included Intake and exhaust modifications, that would probably work with an OEM fuel map. If it included cams with a significantly more aggressive profile, it would be hard for those to work well with an OEM map.
The package was called "Internal Engine Modification." If you ordered the whole thing you got:
1. Big cams (hardwelded- not regrinds)
2. 36mm intake valves
3. New valve springs and retainers
4. Ported intake runners
5. Valve job
6. Milled heads (slight compression increase)
You could order it by piece. [MENTION=4282]docjohn[/MENTION] bought the whole package. [MENTION=12723]greenberet[/MENTION], if I recall correctly, just got the cams and intake mods. There was, the doc just confirmed, no ECU tuning associated with this package. His car put down almost 300 whp on the stock ECU with this package (and I'm assuming CT headers) and then a valve spring broke and destoryed his engine. Andreas also got close to that with this modifications, but he had a tune done. Andreas kept his Honda valve springs and has been driving on them problem free for over 15 years. What this means for my build is that the stock ECU can adjust enough for these mods even without a tune.