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Just purchased a hot cam off Ebay costing me $35.33 shipped partnumber 2027-1 it fits the klr110 and drz125 there was 3 more advalable as of July 4
 

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Just purchased a hot cam off Ebay costing me $35.33 shipped partnumber 2027-1 it fits the klr110 and drz125 there was 3 more advalable as of July 4
Do you know how the different lift and duration specs will affect your OEM valves and springs? Just making sure you're not biting off more than you can chew. In general, personally, I'm not dropping in a new cam without also doing a new spring kit, hardened spring seats, Ti retainers and proper keepers. There's a good chance valve train life goes to **** otherwise.
 

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No dyno sorry
No springs,seats and retainers maybe If I fiend valve float I will invest in a high flow head in preparation for the stroker someday after someone els tests it lol
 

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Specs off the website

Stage 1: single-cam motor.
Stage 1 has improved power at all RPMs over OEM.
Performs well with stock air box lid and exhaust.
Uses stock valve springs and rockers.
Uses stock auto-decompression mechanism.
Exhaust Duration (Degrees at 1mm): 212.00
Exhaust Lift (mm): 6.05
Exhaust Lobe Center (Degrees): 98.00
Exhaust Valve Lash (mm): .11
Intake Duration (Degrees at 1mm): 220.50
Intake Lift (mm): 6.22
Intake Lobe Center (Degrees): 110.00
Intake Valve Lash (mm): .08

This Item Fits the Following Applications:
2003-2005 Suzuki DR-Z110
2002-2009 Kawasaki KLX110
 

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Discussion Starter · #6 · (Edited)
Specs off hotcams website


Purchase
Price:
$159.95
each
Technical Specifications:
Exhaust Duration (Degrees at 1mm):
212.00
Exhaust Lift (mm):
6.05
Exhaust Lobe Center (Degrees):
98.00
Exhaust Valve Lash (mm):
.11
Intake Duration (Degrees at 1mm):
220.50
Intake Lift (mm):
6.22
Intake Lobe Center (Degrees):
110.00
Intake Valve Lash (mm):
.08
 

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Discussion Starter · #8 ·
Zaph you act like I never did this befor, Your right
Question if I'm going to Polish the runners should I remove the valves? Or should I just leave them in not to mess up the seat angle? But if valve is left in **** can get into the valve oil seal. so should I put vasalin on the seal to keep contaminants out?
Also I'm on a budget.
 
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