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    which cam shaft?

    Hi,

    I seen this is on my cam: PV11543 looks like Rotax but I don't know.
    PLease help me know infos about this cam.

    thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Sure???

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    Quote Originally Posted by repsol View Post
    Sure???
    Yes, i found another post by Malte saying the same thing

    Quote Originally Posted by mrracing View Post
    thats the 6224 CAM PV11543

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    jerry rotax never says anything about what they are for...what is this cams ideal rev range..

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    Quote Originally Posted by breon View Post
    jerry rotax neve says anything about what they are for...what is this cams ideal rev range..
    Thats the 8600 cam if my memory serves me right, perfect for the riva ecu.

    R88

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    Quote Originally Posted by R88ory RXP View Post
    Thats the 8600 cam if my memory serves me right, perfect for the riva ecu.

    R88
    The cam repsol has is the RR C-cam pv11543 made for 8800+rpm with stand alone ECU, the one you are thinking of is the RR B-cam pv11557 made for the 8600 ECU's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP6 View Post
    The cam repsol has is the RR C-cam pv11543 made for 8800+rpm with stand alone ECU, the one you are thinking of is the RR B-cam pv11557 made for the 8600 ECU's.
    What kind of gains would one expect going from 04 cam to the 8600 rpm B cam with riva ecu?
    also hows tuneability with riva ecu?
    I know is old info So if you got any links post up.

    Thanks

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    so what is the 4224 cam ...8100 or is it 8600

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    Quote Originally Posted by breon View Post
    so what is the 4224 cam ...8100 or is it 8600
    Thats the midrange cam. It falls on its face at 7500 plus! Lol

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