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1999 Yamaha WARRIOR

Hotcams Camshaft - Stage 2

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Product Description

  • Hotcams Camshaft stage 2 kit is an incredible way to boost the midrange and top end horsepower and increases over-rev on motorcycles and ATVs.
  • The Hotcams Stage 2 Camshaft utilizes the OEM cam sprockets. Hotcams also eliminates the need to change spring rates.
  • Hotcams Stage 2 Camshaft makes it easy to install with minimal valve adjustment and re-jetting requirements.
  • The Hotcams Camshaft uses such precise engineering and build quality that they are consistently voted top product of the year.
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Top 1000 Contributor
Location: galien, MI
Great performance upgrade..

I installed this on my '05 crf 250. i honestly expect more of a power increase. Its not as good as i had thought but it makes a difference. And the best part is.... IT CAME WITH FREE STICKERS!!

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Top 250 Contributor
Location: El Paso, TX
Best investment yet

The power gain with this product was just what i was looking for. I installed it into an 09 crf450r and immediately felt the difference. After about half throttle, the bike really begins to pull and the power never seems to drop. It didnt come with any instructions for taking the decompression flange off the stock cam and installing it on the new one but its not too hard to figure out. I highly recommend this product to everyone.

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Awsome

easy installation and big power gain. although the order took longer than 3 days it was worth it

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newt 14 days ago Location: lee mass
Is this the best for peformance?
I have a 2011 crf250r and have a moto tassunari intake and youshi rs4 exaust and im wondering if this would be the next best modafacation for my engine to bring the most power
MotoSport Staff Expert
13 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, Hotcams would be a great option to get increased performance from your bike. If you don't already have one I would also recommend a fuel programmer to help tune your bike for the best performance possible.
dude Over 5 months ago Location: Chico, CA, USA
Which is better for a crf150r, stage 1 or 2 of the hotcams?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 months ago
Both are great, It all depends on where you would like more power. The stage 1 will boost midrange horsepower, and give substantial torque gains on your motorcycle or ATV engine, the stage 2 will boost the midrange and top end horsepower and increases over-rev on motorcycles and ATVs.
ek454974 Over 5 months ago
With an 04 trx 450 what does it make the valve spec?
I bought an 04 trx with this cam in it, however im getting ready to adjust valves what should my spec be?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Hot Cams Spec is .006" on the intake valves and .008" on the exhaust valves.
Sams302 Over 6 months ago Location: New jersey
Buying hotcam stage 2?
Does the cam come with shims for adjusting valves?
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
No, the shim kits must be purchased separately.
Motocrosskid492 Over 7 months ago Location: Ohio
Does this cam Shaft need to be degreed?
I was wondering if the Hot Cams Stage 2 cam shaft need to be degreed?
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
It may be a good idea to verify the degree on the cam for any errors if you have the ability to do so. Although these are supposed to be preset from the factory.
jacob Over 7 months ago Location: Addieville, IL, USA
How many can you put in a 05 400ex?
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
For the Honda TRX400ex you can only use one cam. The motor only came stock with one and you cannot add additional cams. Make sure to profile your ATV properly when ordering so you receive the correct came specific to your application.
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