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    Should we be degreeing our cams?

    For those that are pulling their engines for rebuilds, should we be degreeing our cams? I read an interesting article (attached) and would think it would be beneficial to do the procedure. The tools required are inexpensive enough and the procedure does not look that complicated. I'm not sure we would be able to get the cam spec though to do this. Another question, is their any advance built in to the Rotax cams as compared to a stock cam?

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    Mark
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    Mark you would need to have the cam spec's to degree it in and there doesn't seem to be anyone that can get that info and I am talking about "detailed" specs not just what the lift and duration are. If anyone does know they arent going to say.

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    Hey Mark this is the information i got to degreeing my cam but not a stock cam i think giving degree to a cam is the best

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    Well worth it not hard to do

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juan View Post
    Hey Mark this is the information i got to degreeing my cam but not a stock cam i think giving degree to a cam is the best
    Juan:

    What cam was that spec for? I am running a Rotax Racing cam.

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    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark S View Post
    Juan:

    What cam was that spec for? I am running a Rotax Racing cam.

    Thanks,

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    Is it a B or C cam ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark S View Post
    Juan:

    What cam was that spec for? I am running a Rotax Racing cam.

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    Mark that's a stock cam but modified a little

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP6 View Post
    Is it a B or C cam ?
    No idea what cam I have. Bought it back in 05. I'll need to look it up eventually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydrojunkie View Post
    Well worth it not hard to do

    You got that right!!

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    Wow, 203/207 @ .050 is pretty mild. Seems like there would be a lot of power to be gained by going to something like a stock sportbike cam that's around 240/225.

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