Honestly that cam isn’t that big, not for a 2.2. If you had individual runners (twin DCOE) or ITB’s it will be mellow. A large plenum will always exacerbate the cam overlap.The cam, at this point, is more aggressive than I would like. If you are looking for a smooth running street machine I would go for a torquer. You will still have plenty of zip with less noise.
I’ve run a similar cam in a 2.2 with twin 45 DCOE’s and it was downright mellow. Smooth idle at 900 rpms.
Duane Foley’s Manta runs a 2.5 with 257 degree @ .050”, .504” valve lift and it is equally tame due to the individual runners.