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I've already posted here once about this ATV. Lots of people suggested i check the cam and after a couple months i finally got around to attacking it. I got it all apart and got the cam/rockers out. I'm almost positive they need to be replaced, they're pretty scored up and don't look too hot. Just wanted some final opinions before i drop the money on it. I'll also take feedback on the new cam i've chosen. Old Cam: New Cam: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2GM2J05FQQPCD?ref_=wl_share Old Forum: Thank You.
Hi: i have a 2005 Suzuki Twin Peaks. I have to do some top end work and have a question. I did buy a service manual and somehow the manual says to remove the camshaft chain tensioner for the rear cylinder and there is only one on the front cylinder. I will work on the front cylinder, no issue there but I don't know what to do about the rear cylinder. No compression on the front cylinder. I think the KACR may be the culprit but I have to investigate. I have a broken exhaust stud on the rear cylinder and I have exhausted every method to remove it without success so I have to pull the head. Any guidance would be appreciated. Francois
Where is the best place for a new camshaft for a 2000 Polaris Sportsman 500 RSE? I figured some of the quad owners on this forum have probably bought them before as this is a common problem on the Polaris 500. My exhaust cam lobe is almost completely wore down and the thing hardly will even get up an go. I like other's opinions rather than just "buying on the fly". If any of you guys have a good suggestion I'd be interested in getting a good one at a fair price. 2000 Polaris Sportsman 500 Remington Steele Edition