I don't know but on my 'slightly' modded 2 litre ASP is marked on the intake cam and SCAB on the exhaust cam... no idea if stock cams are identical on intake and wxhaust but you may want to check the part number stamp on the cams themselves, as it makes a huge difference in determining valve gaps (45/50 on stock, 25/30 on my gta cams... learned the difference the hard and expensive way)
SCAR is exhaust, isn't it? ASP something would be intake.
12mm seems a lot of lift on a street engine. Centerline's stock cam specs shows the highest stock cam lift as 10.1, on 10548 cam. 2 more mm is .080" roughly. That's a lot. You'd need to check piston/valve clearance, and make sure the lobes didn't hit the lifter bores.
wwhite...this might be relevant or might not be but "SCAR" was a dealership/race team in the Tuscany area of Italy that successfully campaigned its Alfetta GT track cars in the touring car series in Italy in the 1970s, which might suggest that the cams with that name are strictly race cams
By the way....
these cams are not regrinds like the ones sbadaro shows.
New, machined from billets and heat treated, just like Formula 1 motors!
Will not work well with a stock Spica pump or with stock set up.