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[turbobike] "split head"

bregnild (bregnild@post.tele.dk)
Mon, 2 Aug 1999 21:16:17 +0200

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Hi Shammar
Thanks for the tips.
A splitting head !!! Oh my GOD,doesn`t sound nice.I think it was bad =
enough,when my top-end spat (spit ?) out a sparkplug.
Regarding "shims under",is the performance increase over softer cams =
really big enough to justify the hazzle when you`re adjusting the valves =
???
And besides the work,the threadholes(to hold the cams)isn`t the most =
robust(not on my top-end anyway).
Any "super tips" with cam degreeing ?,I`ve tried 108/113 (in/ex)on std. =
cams,but it doesn`t seem to make much of a difference.=20
Jesper

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Hi=20 Shammar
Thanks for the=20 tips.
A splitting head !!! Oh my = GOD,doesn`t=20 sound nice.I think it was bad enough,when my top-end spat (spit ?) out a = sparkplug.
Regarding "shims under",is = the=20 performance increase over softer cams really big enough to justify the = hazzle=20 when you`re adjusting the valves ???
And besides the work,the = threadholes(to=20 hold the cams)isn`t the most robust(not on my top-end=20 anyway).
Any "super tips" with = cam=20 degreeing ?,I`ve tried 108/113 (in/ex)on std. cams,but it doesn`t seem = to make=20 much of a difference.
Jesper
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