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I have a K3 1000 and just had some K5 Camz Installed At 105/105 and while I never got it on the dyno Cause I was riding my just bought K5 , I would Say There's More Power Sooner Which Is AweSome How Much Power Is Up To The Total SetUp I did a driveline change to so it pretty noticeable With the Light 520 running gear RollOn Power IS STOUT
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post #22 of 25 (permalink) Old 12-11-2012, 11:27 PM
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Yes

01-05 600 same pin location (rear of intake cam)
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Cool. So what would be a good arrangement? 750 on the intake and 1000 on the exhaust?
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Cool. So what would be a good arrangement? 750 on the intake and 1000 on the exhaust?
Bump, I want to know the answer to this as well for my 04 600 race bike. And what year 750 / 1000 cams work. I am finding vague information everywhere
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Re: CAMs MUST READ!

You can run a 9.5 and even 10mm intake side of a 04/05 600 safely (with hc pistons).
You would just need 01-03 steel 750 valve springs with the titanium stock valves in the 04/05 600/750.

I went with the 04 1000 Yoshimura cam set for the 05 6

I see a lot about putting the stock 600 intake cam on the exhaust side and a stock 750 or 1000 on the intake side.
However, I believe you need adjustable cam sprockets when placing an intake cam on the exhaust side. So, for the sake of simplicity I would just do a set of in/ex 1000 cams. The stock exhaust cam is 8mm on the 1000 and the stock intake of the 600 is 8.4mm but you do not need to get pressed on cam sprockets.


600 k5
Intake 8.4mm / 0.330 in
Exhaust 7mm / 0.275 in

600 k5 Webcam 1
Intake .348 in / 8.8392mm
Exhaust .308 in / 7.8232

600 k5 Webcam 2
Intake .395 in / 10.033mm
Exhaust .358 in / 9.0932mm

04 750 stock
Intake .340 in / 8.636mm
Exhaust .287 in / 7.2898mm

04 1000 stock
Intake .348 in / 8.8392mm
Exhaust .315 in / 8.001

04 Yoshi 1000
Intake .374 / 9.5mm
Exhaust .322 / 8.2mm

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