easy to install and great perforance for the money
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Founded in 2001 as the first manufacturer of aftermarket, performance billet camshafts for the dirt bike and ATV market. Today Hot Cams manufacturers almost 250 unique camshaft profiles in its Urbandale, Iowa facility.
- The Hot Cams Intake Camshaft - Stage 1 and the Hot Cams Exhaust Camshaft - Stage 1 (sold separately) are intended to be used as a set.
- Excellent low-end to mid-range gains.
- Great top-end gain and over-rev.
- Note: Intake and exhaust cams sold separately.
Real easy to install if you have a manual.
Get a good torque wrench, and watch a few videos.
Increased bottom and mid on my LTR450.
Stage 1 is great for MX, not for top end
I put a 270 kit on my yz250f and it made a difference then i put these on and these made a bigger difference than the big bore kit did I was shocked when i rode it for the first time it makes the bike fly
I just got the intake cam installed into my 2005 z400, also a yoshimura slip-on exhaust and a k&n filter. I have seen no bottom end loss but when you hit it into the mid-range, its like a whole new machine. Definetly worth the different power curve! And not at all that hard to install and break in (just have the right tools).
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