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agressor


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posted May 26, 2012 03:24 AM        
cams degree

Hey Guys,

I finally give my bike to dyno for proper tune.
I also want to degree cams. I know 105/105 works well.
My question is, what are those number?
What should I tell those guys in workshop:

"Put exhaust and intake cam in 105 angle position"

and thats all?

Regards Tom

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biggmoinc


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posted May 26, 2012 04:07 AM        
If ur mechanic doesn't know exactly what those numbers would mean get someone else, question is why do u think their off? Hell, put it on a dyno n c what she does!
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agressor


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posted May 26, 2012 04:18 AM        Edited By: agressor on 26 May 2012 14:17
You are right. I hope tune will give me some good numbers.
I didnt realase that I cant degree cams with out adjustable sprockets.
Im stil learning...all night, all day. regards


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