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I am about to buy a camshaft for my stock 110 and I'm wondering if its even worth it in a power difference? I had a hyper cam a while back on my stocker and it made a world of difference but this time I'm just going with a trailbikes cam.

Anybody add a TB cam to their stock 110?

If you have, is it worth it?

Thanks,

Nik
 

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well if you had it before on a stocker you should kno how much power it added but yes the tb will add some power to your bike.
 

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agreed... but the S10 Hyper cam is about the biggest flat tappet production cam you can use in the stock head with out any mods.

Other wise I'd toss in a YX cam.
 

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up4da4nal said:
I had a stock 110 with a cam on it from trailbikes and found that it only works if u have footpeg mounts on ur bike man :rolleyes:


is your screen name "up for the anal"????
 

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I would find a Hyper cam or YX cam. The trail bikes cam for the stock head don't do much. If you want to buy a used TB cam I have one I'll sell you shoot me a PM.
 

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TB cam not much gain, go with the Tak K10.
 

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I've tried running a BBR cam in a stocker (stock exhuast with a drilled out head pipe) and it ran worse than stock. And yes... it was installed properly, with the valves set at 2-3 thousandths, and I rejetted the carb, then tried it with the stock jetting too. It sucked! My race bike has a stock motor with a first gen BBR D-Section pipe with the same BBR cam, and it's way stronger than stock.



The point is not to run a cam unless you are running an aftermarket pipe. Stock pipe= stock cam. ---L*64
 

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BBR and TBROS cams are the same spec, and they are both pretty high lift and duration. Definitely a noticeable difference in the beginning of midrange to top end, very good cam('s) imo. Gives a nice choppy thump to the motor too with the stock flywheel/centrifigul clutch. My buddy bbrklx110 has got a bbr cam, pancake filter, akunar piston, and bbr pipe, and for a stock displacement motor it rips pretty good! To be honest, i prefer the stock cam due to the low to midrange torque combined with my akunar piston. A cam really wakes the motor up in the sound area too, sounds pretty wicked.
 

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I have a TB cam with stock motor and FMF 4.1 When I put the cam in it gave it some more bottom good for tight tracks to get out of corners good, I also put a 48t On the back I might go back to stock gearing for long track, But it made a good differnce for the money.
 
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