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Specs.
intake .450 lift 259 degrees of duration at .040 of lift
exhaust .415 lift 246 degrees of duration at .040 lift
valve lash to be set at .010
Can be used with stock springs and retainers. Will not interfere with pistons. These are a drop in set of cams.
I would like to trade either up or down on any of the following items.
Five gallon fuel tank.
Set of body tins.
Complete engine chrome set.
These cams retail for $966 outright from V-Mod, or $575 with exchange.
I will entertain any other interesting trades, or sell with no exchange for $500plus shipping. They have exactly 1028 miles on them.
Thanks for looking
Martin
Las Vegas, Nevada
 

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I've been looking at these cams lately, since I am eventually going with a 240 tire and would like to add the horsepwer back that is theoretically lost by going with the big back end. Are the gains very noticeable from the cams? I'm pretty stock right now, topless w/ K&N, reflash, and 16GA pipes. I changed the cams on my old bike (SV650) and while everyone else who was changing them noticed a lot of extra power, I was never really able to tell the difference.

Thanks for any help, Ian
 

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Low RPM loss of power but above 5000 seems to really come alive. Cams have less than 1200 miles on them, they just didn't fit my riding style. I also had them installed on a 1250 motor with ported heads and Bassinim exhaust.
 
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