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HOTCAMS Camshaft - Stage 1 Intake

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HOTCAMS Camshaft - Stage 1 Intake

Product Description

  • The Hotcams Intake Camshaft - Stage 1 and the Hotcams Exhaust Camshaft - Stage 1 are intended to be used as a set.
  • This set will greatly improve power below 10,000 RPM and provide increased torque peak also with only a slight loss in peak horsepower.

Technical Specifications:

  • Intake duration (degrees at 1 mm): 237.00.
  • Intake lift (mm): 9.40.
  • Intake lobe center (degrees): 99.00.
  • Intake valve lash (mm): 0.10.
  • Shim kit: HCSHIM01.

Note: Image is for display purposes only, actual part may vary based on fitment.

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Racer64 Location: Virginia, but miss my NY salary
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Location: Donna, TX
Great Cams

easy to install and great perforance for the money

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Location: Virginia, but miss my NY salary
Hot cam stage 1

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

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Location: Greenfield, Indiana
These things make your bike fly

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

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Location: Avoca, PA
Awesome cams!

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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YZ250FMan Location: louisville, ky
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rutrocket Over 3 years ago Location: Hartfeild, VA
Stage 2?
Were do you get the stage 2 cam from?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago
depends on what bike. we do carry them.
jamjar89 Over 3 years ago Location: Alabama
Do you have to get both intake and exhaust cams?
Do i have to rejet my Rmz 250 if i get the intake, i need a replacement for my other ones.
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago
you dont have to but they work best with each other. whenever changing something on your engine I recommend checking you jetting but probably not.
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YZ250FMan Over 4 years ago Location: louisville, ky
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I would have to split the cases if I wanted to put these in correct?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland
Nope, this goes on the head.
wheelyking Over 4 years ago
What size shims do i use if i replace both cams on a LTZ-400?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: USA
That all depends on how off your valves are.
42dirtrider Over 4 years ago
Does the cam come with special lube to coat the journals ?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: USA
No special lube is included.
tom1 Over 4 years ago
If you want to get 1 cam what would add more intake or exuast?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: USA
for your yamaha i wouldn't suggest just changing 1 cam with an aftermarket one. If you are going to replace the cams, replace both intake and exhaust cams.
Over 4 years ago Location: Phoenix
The intake cam always has the most power gains, because of duration, lift and other factors that allow more of the fuel air mixture to enter the motor. (be careful if advancing the timing, because timing can be advanced all the way to the point of detonation)
philippe Over 5 years ago
How many cams in this package?
intake and exhaust cam ?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago
This is the Intake cam and these are sold individually.
rdungey28 Over 5 years ago
What tuning needs to be done?
If I just install the stage one intake in my 04 rmz250 does the carb need to be rejeted and/or are there any other changes that need to be made?
Over 5 years ago Location: Avoca, PA
Hot cams inc recommends to install the intake cam if you use it for xc/trailride, both for mx type racing. Not to say you can't get both in there for trailriding, just the powercurve changes with each different cam change. When you install the intake cam alone, you will notice a better mid to top range with no bottom end loss. A better exhaust and filter should be the first thing you do before this. You don't need to but can install the cam without getting the pipe and filter and get better torque. As for rejetting, as long as its stage one its only minor adjusting.
kx250f Over 5 years ago Location: The Big R/C, CA
Do I have to buy the intake and exhaust cams to get power??
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago
To get the most potential power then yes replace both cams.
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