new cams have diff lift and rpm ranges, adn a total diff grind from stock ones. all the gear will do is if you tune for stock cams and keep the tune you have and put it on the aftermarket cams wont do any good. the whole point of the gear is only to change the advance or retard(TIMING) of the cams them selves, so that they are in correspondance with your valves opening and closing. its a bit of a hassle ot install a set of cam gears then take them off in couple of weeks nad get your gocus TDC and start putting in the new cams and then putting on new gears. safe your self the time, and maybe the money (if your not doing it) and take it all in one shot. wait for your cams to arrive and them pop them and the gears at once, then tune the gears. Jeff (focaltech) got me half whipped into shape about the topic dont ya HAHA.
also jeff you find anything about that pectel kit? i been dooing a little research and that combo they had should of went Ka Blewy and BANG
Listen to what they say...Get the gears and hold on to them...Unless you do the work yourself. then install the new cam/cams and have it dyno`d. Or seat of the pants if you like to do it yourself...Other than that go get it done.
Alright guys thanks for the advice. I'm think bout waiting to get cams till the summer and save for the custom chip and have everything done all at once and feel the power gains of gears, cams and the custom chip...MAN what a feeling that will be..might have to wear my neck brace that day...