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been looking at getting a fuel programmer for my xx, so is there and good programmers for under 200 bucks? and would it be a waste on a 700xx that still has the stock airbox and exhaust?
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I use a EHS Racing programmer. I use it when I am running a stock motor, exhaust and when I run Big Gun Exhaust and a HC3 cam. I use differant setups for differant types of racing, it seems to work for me.

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i have the EHS programmer, air box lid and velocity air filter and noticed a very minimal gain. but i will be getting a barkers exhaust soon and thats when you need the programmer, if you plan on leaving everything stock then id say spend your money else where
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well one day i would like to put a hot cam in and maybe change the muffler out and maybe get the ehs airfilter box lid. but that will be about it for the motor mods. is the cam hard to put in?
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is the cam hard to put in?
Workshop manual and common sense is all that is needed. Plus some gasket goo.

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do you have to pull to motor out of the frame to install the new cam? or can you just pull the gas tank off?
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