It takes a lot of trial and error on dyno runs to get the cams where you prefer. It's not something you just bolt on and gain power/torque with. Unless you've milled the head and just trying to put them back to stock specs. Especially since there's 2 cams to dial in to your preference. I've never done it on a bike, but with cars, it's a lot of work to get the cams were you want them...getting the torque/power curve the way you want. Has anyone actually degreed a cam here? There's no "optimum" setting, it's all about top end or midrage or a compomise.
Last edited by dstar26t; 04-27-2005 at 09:54 PM.