YZ Camming My '05


4 replies to this topic
  • clark4131

Posted April 06, 2005 - 06:15 PM

#1

I've decided to go to the dark side and ordered my YZ exhaust cam today from Zanotti's. $103.84 delivered, and I know if I find I'm not a big fan of it then I can likely find someone who'll want to take it off my hands for an even bigger discount. My only concern is with the valve shims. I just adjusted mine after break-in and was curious about how the YZ cam will effect the tolerances, either looser or tighter. The cam ought to be here in a week, so I've got some time to get some shims. I can't imagine that it'll require more than one shim size either way. Anybody out there with some experience in this arena? Gracias...SC

  • Psychoone

Posted April 06, 2005 - 06:37 PM

#2

Hey Steve,

Can you give me the website for Zanotti's? That is a great price for the YZ exhaust cam.

Kevin Cummings
Seattle WA
03 WR450F

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  • clark4131

Posted April 06, 2005 - 06:54 PM

#3

https://www.zanottim...partLookUp.html

The part number you want is 5TA-12180-00-00...SC

  • farkawi

Posted April 07, 2005 - 06:47 AM

#4

It is the same cam with a different timing position, and I'm told a slightly different decompressor config. Machining tolerances can vary some; so the only way to tell for sure is to measure both cams for lobe width at the correct position and note any difference. I wouldn't do that since it is so easy just to pop the new cam in an measure clearance that way......Your choice.

  • dehsmp

Posted April 12, 2005 - 11:18 AM

#5

will the yz cam allow the electric start to work? If not, do you have to go with a manual decomp?




 
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