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    FZR WEB Camshafts

    Any feedback on those camshafts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by diver View Post
    any feedback on those camshafts?

    Thanks
    one of my frinend got them but the problem is when we checked the size of the cams one of them is smaller than the other one ,so we sent it back to them to fix it and we had no chance to test it .

    When we will get the write size i will update u.

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    I have installed 4 sets of these cams. The key to making them perform is getting the cam timming set. The cams make more Power!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nils888 View Post
    I have installed 4 sets of these cams. The key to making them perform is getting the cam timming set. The cams make more Power!!
    like adding 5psi

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    Do you guys think it's better to have head work done ie oversized valves, ported ect, or is it ok to run them on a std head with valve springs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil.Borg View Post
    Do you guys think it's better to have head work done ie oversized valves, ported ect, or is it ok to run them on a std head with valve springs
    there's alot to it. At this time its not a bolt on and go setup. To make the cams work correctly you need more than just the cams. Buckets, certain valve height. etc etc
    they are not cheap but nothing that gives you major gains is... lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nils888 View Post
    I have installed 4 sets of these cams. The key to making them perform is getting the cam timming set. The cams make more Power!!
    Can you give more deatils please? Any thing more than the normal timming set? or do they need to be advance or retard set up?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diver View Post
    Can you give more deatils please? Any thing more than the normal timming set? or do they need to be advance or retard set up?
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    On the exhaust cam 120 deg center line works good. This is close to stock. The intake cam can be advanced 4 deg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nils888 View Post
    On the exhaust cam 120 deg center line works good. This is close to stock. The intake cam can be advanced 4 deg.
    can you explain more about the 120 deg center line?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uaesands View Post
    can you explain more about the 120 deg center line?
    o yeah thats will helps alot.

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