Thread: N/A cam gear install
08-21-2013, 06:54 PM #1
N/A cam gear install
What, if any specialty tools are needed for this install. Also about how long is the install. Anyone else use these and what would you recommend the settings to be. I was thinking the +7 intake, - 2 exhaust.
08-21-2013, 06:58 PM #2
Ask BigJohn. He tried many different settings.
08-21-2013, 07:01 PM #3
i ran the +7 -2 sounded great but you will have idle problems, you also wont see enough difference, go +5 int and 0 exh and it will idle better, and after you all done compressing the chain tensioner, making sure the cam timming is right, the bolts torqued to properly 160in lbs or 13 ft lbs not 17 ft lbs, putting the intake back on, your going to wish you could kick your self right square in the balls. ask me how i know.....
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08-21-2013, 08:37 PM #9
Yep, I know the graph. Riva ones are the easiest to install. Be careful with the aluminum inserts and don't overtorque the cam bolts.
Like John said, you will HATE the cam chain tensioner !!
I ran the R3 flash with +5 IN and -2 Exh on 91oct. Acceleration is awesome. Made me smile. Idle was good.
08-21-2013, 08:42 PM #10
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Why does the graph say if you run aadditional timing like a re flash or ECU and you use these cam gears you have to run greater than 91 octane? Guess 93 would be okay, but BRYANTJOPPLIN at what point are you just going to go turbo with the ski and quit dinking around with 70mph.....SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE THE ITCH TO GO FAST
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