You won't gain as much as you would with an aftermarket cam, but if you buy a used one it will definitely be excellent bang for your buck.
Black 99 Trans Am A4
13.64 @ 103 (old time, before headers)
Slp induction package (Lid, Bellow, Ramair peice), Magnaflow catback, BMR Lower control arms, BMR Sub-frame connectors, Jet Hot long tubes, Mufflex y-pipe, 3.73's, tuning.
Unless you can get the cam for around $100 then it isn't worth the money nor the time to put it in.....trust me.......save for a better cam, you can see gains around 15-20whp on certain set ups, and more on some.
2005 Pontiac GTO M6 QSM - Road Race Setup
- TrickFlow 225cc heads, 228/230 TFS Cam, NT01 tires, KW V3, Lovells Bushings, Hotchkis bars, DBA 5000/4000 rotors, Hawk DTC-70, Russel SS Lines, Quantum Brake Ducts, Autopower Rollbar and 5-point harnesses, ARH w/cats and Corsa Sport, Fastproms Intake and TB, Monster Level 3, Tick Master/Speedbleeder and GMM Ripshift 2001 Trans Am - SOLD 2001 Camaro SS - SOLD