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    Cams

    SHO Riva Race cam set with OEM gears tack welded to cams at cam gear mounting bolt holes. Excellent condition.
    500.00
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    How do these compare to the NA cams?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightning Struck View Post
    How do these compare to the NA cams?
    To my knowledge, these are the NA cams.. Riva calls them their racing cams.
    http://www.rivayamaha.com/RivaStore/...ce%20Cam%20Set

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    450.00

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    tack welded to cams to prevent cracking of cam gear mounting bolt holes
    didnt get that pic pleas

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    Here are pics. Cams are coated in preservative to prevent any rusting. Cam gear mounting ears did crack on installation as many did, and have been welded. OEM gears. These cams have an LSA of around 108 so you do not need any aftermarket gears installed on these to advance their position. They are ready to go.
    400.00 shipped USA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rossnemo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lightning Struck View Post
    How do these compare to the NA cams?
    To my knowledge, these are the NA cams.. Riva calls them their racing cams.
    http://www.rivayamaha.com/RivaStore/...ce%20Cam%20Set
    Ross,

    At Riva site it says that we get 15 hp... It´s something.

    But do you think that worth the money install this cams on a FZR?

    And if used with the Riva cam gear sprocket, that allows multiples setups of intake / exhaust; do you ever tested it or recommends?

    Thanks Ross.

    Wender Jones

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    Never used them Wender. I traded for them.. They have a lobe center of 108 so you would not want to use Riva or R&D cam gears, only stock, which are tack welded on as you can see in pics. These have small cracks where the cam gears are bolted on, thats why they are welded. These stock gears are on there to stay, but like i mentioned, you would not want to use any other gear anyway. The lobe center on these are similar to the lobe centers on stock SHO cams after installing the R&D or Riva gears to change lobe center. Lobe centers on OEM SHO cams are in the 120-122 degree range, these are 108..

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