YZ450 hotcam in 426


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  • mxmaddman

Posted April 29, 2016 - 04:04 PM

#1

So I ordered the wrong cam for my 426, trying to figure out if I should just run it and deal with the timing marks not being as they should, or if I should just send it back and get 426 hot cam. 

 

I noticed the 450 cam has a tiny bit more lift. Not really sure if this would amount to anything in the real world or not or of it would hurt it. 

 

 Only advantage I can see to running it is that its here and I can put it in now.. vs waiting. I really didn't want the hassle of paying for shipping and waiting. 

 

I was originally going to just buy a 450 used cam off eBay, but when I ordered the hot cam there was no used 450 cams on there.

 

run it or send it back?



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  • grayracer513

Posted April 30, 2016 - 06:37 AM

#2

The "cleanest" solution is to send it back and get the right one, but as long as you know how to time the thing it will work. 







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