Originally Posted by cobaltssoverbooster
i recommend changing the cam tables in the high rpm range (accross the bottom two rows of cells) to smooth them closer to the far right column this way when you let off the gas the cams dont shift a long distance creating a slamming effect. this also wears out valves and valve seats.
Same issue some of the MS3 guys were having, going from full advance to full retard was allowing the cams to actually jump a little. They ended up running an oil restrictor I believe to slow down the pressure change, but if it can be done via tuning it would be awesome.
Usually only happened on road race cars with repeated full WOT to full decel conditions over a long time period, not commonplace on street cars.