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    Nope. Sorry, i do not.

    I would expect that the exhaust one is the less aggressive shaped one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Houle View Post
    I've got one set left
    Do you still have a set, what is the cost to UK?

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    OP, check the service manuals for both. Look at the information on rise and duration. Look for the differences.

    Interested if you find any.

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    Wow, seems like a lot of effort for little gain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPEEDTRIPPER View Post
    Wow, seems like a lot of effort for little gain.
    The Tiger exhaust cam? Yes. Not really worth it.

    The 02 Daytona exhaust cam? No, different story and is pretty good bang for buck.
    Dyno charts and lap times proved this. 8 to 13% increase in power, depending on what other modifications are done.



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    +1 for the daytona cam swop, did mine a few years ago with ape sprockets, the exhaust header match with daytona headers, throttle body mods as per power tripps directions,
    ended up with dellorto 48 inlet trumpets and shorty scorpion low mount, day on the dyno saw 143 bhp and flat torque curve of 79 to 83 will have to dig out the chart, keeping it a tad rich low down helped with the torque.
    very much worth the effort, don't get the surge at 6k any more and that's because its linear, still makes me smile
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    143..wow
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    Don't mean much, if next door had a dyno would likely be different ! bike is a lot stronger and I'm happy with it, but forced induction
    would be nice, had a rotrex on my pug gti6 that little car was a bit quick, need to keep it bullet proof reliable as well tho' fast as f**k
    between un-scheduled stops ain't good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brittrip View Post
    +1 for the daytona cam swop, did mine a few years ago with ape sprockets, the exhaust header match with daytona headers, throttle body mods as per power tripps directions,
    ended up with dellorto 48 inlet trumpets and shorty scorpion low mount, day on the dyno saw 143 bhp and flat torque curve of 79 to 83 will have to dig out the chart, keeping it a tad rich low down helped with the torque.
    very much worth the effort, don't get the surge at 6k any more and that's because its linear, still makes me smile
    What cam timing did you use please

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    here the cam mix on a 2006 engine with 102 /102 lobecenter, 137 RWHP

    https://www.t5net-forum.de/forum/index.php?/gallery/image/30286-diajpg/

 

 
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