along with the cam, your supplied with a vernier timing gear, which always very small steps in cam timing to be done, moving the torque curve up or down, depending on where abouts you would like it.
currently, if you want to do that, you need to move the current timming chain a notch forward or back on the timing gear, which can be up to +10 or -10... which is far to much.
so taking it for a dyno tune with the vernier gear, will allow for small adjustaments in the timing, hence power will come on strong quick, or will come on late.
ECU controls the fuel map, if you were to fit a UNICchip, that will help gain more power, after the cam timing is done.
costly, but well worth the time n effort...
hope that helped