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post #1 of 18 Old 02-06-2012, 09:45 AM Thread Starter
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thinking about doing stage 2 cams

so i have been thinking about putting in some stage two cams in my 700xx this summer, but i wanted to know if I do the stage two cams will I have to change out the stock exhaust too?
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Big 3 first, 11:1 cp piston and minimum hotcam 3 cam+ headwork.

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You should get an exhaust first IMO
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The headwork and piston isnt needed if you are just looking to drop in a hot cam. The exhaust on the other hand would be a good idea to have first. You can make nice power with just a Hot Cam 3, Good full exhaust, and a fuel programmer

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Big 3 first (full pipe, good filter and programmer)
11:1 cp piston
minimum hotcam 3 cam
headwork.
This the common order for modding atv

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I'm glad somebody asked this question I was just about to ask the same !!! I have the big 3, Barker, K & N & EHS programmer. I was thinking about putting in a hot cam stage 2 or 3. Now my question is, can I do it without touching the head, piston & other internals + how hard is it to set the EHS programmer for the hot cams. Keep in mind I don't have any dyno's around & I would like to keep it simple. I know when I ordered my big 3 package Eric had preset the controller for the set-up so I never had anything to program into it. All I ever did was install it & I checked my spark plug, it was good. For the programming I could always call Eric & he could direct me on how to do it.

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I'm glad somebody asked this question I was just about to ask the same !!! I have the big 3, Barker, K & N & EHS programmer. I was thinking about putting in a hot cam stage 2 or 3. Now my question is, can I do it without touching the head, piston & other internals + how hard is it to set the EHS programmer for the hot cams. Keep in mind I don't have any dyno's around & I would like to keep it simple. I know when I ordered my big 3 package Eric had preset the controller for the set-up so I never had anything to program into it. All I ever did was install it & I checked my spark plug, it was good. For the programming I could always call Eric & he could direct me on how to do it.
A drop in cam like a hot cam is easy to install. Eric has dynoed the ehs big 3 with stage 3 hot cam and has the setting to put into the controller. It's all easy with no need to mess with the jug or piston.
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Yes, what he said. You don't have to mess with the head or piston at all if you are just dropping in a hot cam and Eric at EHS has settings ready to go so it will take no time at all.

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if I done got the new exhaust would it make the bike way loud? or will it be about the same as stock?
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