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HOTCAMS Camshaft Installation Kit

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HOTCAMS Camshaft Installation Kit
HOTCAMS Camshaft Installation Kit
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  • For use when changing the timing on a Hot Cams camshaft.
  • Includes: degree wheel, dial indicator, adjustable magnetic stand, three positive stops (10 mm, 12 mm, 14 mm threads), and wooden carrying case.
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Top 250 Contributor
Location: Phoenix, AZ
hayder
Great Product

An absolute necessity for installing adjustable cams everything is solid built well and easy to use if you know what your doing, the only thing that could be better is the price

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Tilby86 Location: Edson
aichokeu Location: Coeur d'Alene, ID, USA
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Tilby86 1 year ago Location: Edson
Cam?
Im in need of a new cam for my 83 xr500 were can i get one thnx
Top 1 Contributor
1 year ago
MotoSportExpert
Honda has discontinued that cam for your Honda XR500 Being an older bike your selection will be limited. Doing a search, looks like Web Cams has one available.
aichokeu 2 years 10 months ago Location: Coeur d'Alene, ID, USA
Do I even need this?
I want to buy some stage 1 camshafts, but not if I need to spend $120 on this kit too. Do I need this to just put in some new camshafts or can I just put them straight in out of the box?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotosportStaff
Depending on your mechanical ability, this may or may not come in handy. This is also true dependent on the application. If you have any questions about installation of your camshaft specific to your model please feel free to give us a call so we can help you out. 888-676-8853.
dizzel89 Over 6 years ago Location: dizzel89
I pick'd up a set of stage 2 hotcams cams for my honda 450r, but my mech says theres no way to adj the timing is that true?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: USA
james718
That is correct, the Honda's do not include an adjustable timing gear.
redbullyourmx Over 6 years ago
Dont hotcams have timing marks on the camgears to use for timing?
Over 6 years ago
woodall
yes this is to dial the cams in for max performance
Over 6 years ago Location: KENNEWICK, WA
TTRMOTORSPORTS
YES.
ALL BIKES HAVE MARKS ON THE GEARS AND TWO OR THREE BOLTS HOLD THE GEAR ON TO THE CAM. SO THE CAM IS INDEXED BY THE BOLTS. THE ONLY ONE THAT I KNOW THAT DOESN'T IS YZF250 AND YZF450. THEY HAVE TO BE INDEXED AND THEN PRESSED ON. SO NO MARKS ON THE CAM JUST THE GEAR. IF YOU ARE BUYING FOR A YAMAHA BUY WITH NEW GEARS INSTALL BUY CAM MANUFACTURE. UNLESS YOU FULLY UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES HOW TO DEGREE A CAM IN AND HAVE TOOLS TO DO IT.
Top 250 Contributor
Over 5 years ago Location: Phoenix, AZ
hayder
They do but this is for an adjustable camgear so you can adjust the cam a couple degrees forward or back
racer1426 Over 7 years ago
Is the hot cams installation kit neccessary?
I haven't ordered it yet, but I'm fixing to order a stage 2 hot cam for my atv. Do I have to have the hot cams instillation kit to install the hot cam once I order it and get ready to install it?
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
Drewski
If you have all the necessary tools to install a new cam and get the specs correct I would say it's not needed but if you don't have any of the tools this kit will definitely come in handy.
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 6 years ago
motis
This kit is designed for people who want to adjust the timing on their Hot Cams Camshaft.
Top 250 Contributor
Over 5 years ago Location: Phoenix, AZ
hayder
The only reason you would need this is if you want to adjust your cam timing a few degrees advanced or retarted for better power where you might need it (more top end or midrange) this is mostly for serious racers that need to get absolutly everything out of there motor and know what they are doing.
Top 500 Contributor
Over 5 years ago Location: Manchester nh
Motox947
In speaking to hot cams and checking out their website, if you get stage 2 or above cams you will more than likely need the installation kit to properly degree your timing. The more high performance parts you install the more important degeeing the cams becomes. Keep in mind that this is a very technical process best done by a skilled mechanic. And always double check it when your done. If you have stage 1 or oem cams the timing will be close enough out of the box being that the gear is pressed on and easily adjustable.
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