I know this is an old thread just adding my 2¢
TheCrimsonGhost666 are you working on a B16, if so the cam gear has 34 teeth, one tooth on cam gear is 10 degrees. Most adjustable cam gear advance & retard 10 or more on both sides of 0.
It depends on how many teeth are on the gear. ( 360 degrees ÷ 34 = 10.5 )
When advancing both cams you will lower the power band, which is GR8 for the take off.
But you will start losing power near the top of the RPM range, as you will notice.
If you add a ram air system, like getting cool air from the front grill with a scoop, it will help what you have lost in the upper RPM range + will add power. You will feel the different
I have advanced stock gear by one tooth & it helped the bottom end power.
Stock cams have retarded cam timing to reduce emission, advancing gives higher compression (by around 0.25 or more) which produces more Nitrogen oxide, hydrocarbon and carbon monoxide emissions. Here is a link to a vid.