I do have the benefit of a much better exchange rate. For me the cams will about 700 USD - so they're actually cheaper than a set of used evo's.All that stuff is definitely the path to success for these motors.
I looked at thise Kaemna cams, was considering their sport grind, however, the exchange rate on € to canadian in like 2 to1 ish. That makes €660 cams $1300+ canadian and thats without ahipping, import duties and taxes. So.... not viable for me. I got evo cams myself because thats in my engine budget. If I end up splitting the cases i might lighten/knife edge/balance the crank and some lighter rods. Apparently good bang for the buck. My local Duc shop is saying that upgrading the main bearings to aircraft quality will make a HUGE benefit to the ability to freely spin up.