Feedback Score: 9 reviews
Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Dontgivashit, LA
Make sure you have the correct cam in the rear head, like they said. The rear cam has a small groove in the ring thingy, the front doesn't, just compare the two.
The easiest way is to set the flywheel on the TR mark and install the rear cam with the arrow on the cam sprocket facing up and the two small hash marks that are on the sprocket also, parallel to the head. Make sure the cam tensioners are removed. After the rear is installed, turn the crank with a 19mm wrench clockwise to the TF mark, which is 270*, then install the front cam just like the rear.
It sounds like you have the cams reversed, I done it and it did just what you described, would fire but not run and blow through the carb
If these are new cams and you've had everything cleaned good, use some engine/cam lube while assembling it
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It says race because it was 12.6:1, instead of 11:1
lol, so going from 11:1 to 12.6:1 is building a race motor to you
LOL, back in 04-05, pretty much, LOL
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