Those are some damn good times for the combo...
On the cams you could email Ci or you could email Ed Curtis @ Flowtech Induction.
Ive bought cams from both of them. Installed a Ci cam first and ran it for 3 months, never took it to the track. Car ran out of power @ 5K. Installed a FTI cam a few weeks ago and the damn thing pulls hard to 6500. Same combo. Street power is smooth but really revs at 3K. The Ci cam had assloads of torque down low but ran out of steam too soon for my tastes.
Service is another thing. Ed is a very easy guy to deal with. He will work with what you have and make you a cam. He won't critique your combo and get mad when you don't want to buy his parts such as roller rockers, timing sets, and valve springs. Im not trying to start a war here but feel that a guy who has dealth with and bought from both of them has a little more insight than those who havent.
My instructions were simple, street driven, track a few times a year or more
, want to hand vettes and LS1's their lunch at the stop light and street driveability is not a concern.
If you search really hard you will find a thread about 3 years old where another guy bought a cam from jay and a cam from ed and ran each one with the same combo. I believe Jay's made a few more HP on the dyno but Ed's was faster in the 1/4, maybe vice versa.
Either way both guys will make you faster. Both guys are geniuses when it comes to camshafts and speed. I would deal with Ed again in a heartbeat but you could email both guys and let the feedback you get from each of them be the decision for whom you will deal with. I have a feeling this thread could get out of hand if I keep typing. Sorry for the length. PM me if you want the details on my Good and Bad experiences