Well their website shows a graph with a Cross bike with a RPW slip on at 84/100. Then the same bike with the cams at 102/105. While HP is nice I'd rather the cams be geared more for a bigger torque increase. $500 for 5 foot pounds of torque doesn't seem worth it to me. I'd personally never really use the big HP increase. I like traffic light to traffic light torque not highway horsepower. But that's just me.
The curve seems fairly steady so it didn't increase low end torque early in the powerband but by about 5 foot pounds too.
2013 Victory Hardball - VM1DR cams, Lloydz filter, timing wheel, PCV-AT, 1/4 turn throttle, modified pipes
2008 Yamaha Warrior -Churchkey intake, V&H Bigshots
2007 Scion TC 5spd
1997 F150 -used to pull my car hauler
1989 Nissan Hardbody -absolutely indestructible
1968 Coupe Deville -all black, so nice