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HRC Camshafts


I have managed to get myself a set of HRC cams for my bike.

The 2009 uses the 2008-2011 models. Mine are standing R4 and J and K

These are the 14110-MFL-R10 and 14210-MFL-R20 which offer more duration bat stock lift.

There are also uber rare WSB ones with a P/N 14110-NLRA-0001 an 14210-NLRA-0001 if you can find them.


I am told that they transform the bike so look forward to them being fitted.



Standard
2008-2011
HRC
2009-2011
HRC
2011-2013
INLET OPEN  21 BTDC 21 BTDC 20 BTDC
INLET CLOSES 43 BTDC  54 BTDC 52 BTDC
EXHAUST OPEN  41 BTDC 54 BTDC 47 BTDC
EXHAUST CLOSES 14 BTDC 16 BTDC 15 BTDC

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