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April 26th, 2005, 03:41 AM   #21
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Any chance of a future dyno comparison between the X2 and 53 ?

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April 26th, 2005, 04:01 AM   #22
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Not at all, and am in fact contemplating one of Dales cams when I replace the rollers next time. Sounds like it works fine. The thought of the roller needles ending up in undesireable places scares me worse than a flame out or two! Actually though, I think the undesireable whango bango turbo laminate whatchamabob is in fact the balancer.
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April 26th, 2005, 08:57 AM   #23
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Lloyd i might do. i've asked schwim (json) if the UHE can help me stump up the cash by doing the collective whip round with the hat. have yet to hear from him. however given the amount of gear i'd like tot ry and the fact that i've always let everyone here know what i've done i'd say what does everyone think to tipping their cap a bit of silver?

the reason i say might lloyd is because i want to use the dyno time to check things that i can't feel-that probably equates to things that add less than 1bhp!

when i came back from sean at R & S performance of worksop i couldn't feel 1-2 bhp difference. however on sunday the feeling was clear and real so i may have found 2-3 horses but i think the LBs torque is where it counts!

now if you can find me a G2 or an '08' cam i'll try that any day!

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April 26th, 2005, 10:52 PM   #24
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cant belevable

has any one ridden an o4 or o5 model?
said failure does not exsist anymore,
sm,flat track are forms of racing bike was not built for!
said failure will accure on all brands in this form of racing
verse moto & offroad.husaberg rolled the rock from ontop
of the hole along time ago guys.
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April 26th, 2005, 11:07 PM   #25
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boss

i understood some of that but i now know how bobzilla feels!

are you saying that the cam profiles have all changed? don't think so! the '08' is there but the others i can't tell about because of the new part codes...

explain please?

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April 26th, 2005, 11:23 PM   #26
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cams & such

thank's taffy your really watching things!
if cams were said bad why dont i have any valve train problems
even after 1500 mi,01 650 fe? desert bike is used as,
heavy throttle settings, no problem!!!
02 470 had better numbers, problem's on this site are sometimes
cantbeliveble!
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thank goodness for that! phew! for a moment i thought you were on about me! luckily i have pictures of an inlet valve on my gallery.

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April 27th, 2005, 09:05 AM   #28
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Hi Rick,
I certainly hope you knocked on wood and / or had your fingers crossed prior to making the following statements lest they may come back to bite you:

"said failure does not exist any more"

"why dont i have any valve train problems even after 1500 mi"

"02 470 had better numbers"

Hope all is well with you.


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While you are figuring things out, if a little silver will help to get some Dyno results on cams let me know. What cam would have been in my 2000 FC 501? Boy, that thing had a jillion hard hours on it and never even had a roller go out? It lasted like my 96 with a C cam, but the performance was way different with the 2000 having much stronger (maybe more abrupt is more accurate) low and mid.

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thanks for the offer, i'll await to hear from him above!

the cam you had was the '55'. same as a '53' just 5 degrees around to account for the height change in the cylinder (i presume).

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