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    fzr vacuum

    Ive been installing the cam gears in different combinations. An noticed that the vacuum at idle changes does anyone know how many lbs of vacuum. Is good for the motor to have a idle thanks for any info


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    I wouldn't worry what the vacuum is at idle. How it preforms should be your main concern. Set the sprocket for desired performance.

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    The more aggressive you set it, the less vac you'll have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVHOKidd View Post
    I wouldn't worry what the vacuum is at idle. How it preforms should be your main concern. Set the sprocket for desired performance.
    i spoke with glen from r&d he told it should be between 13-15

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