Yea, the Corse kit cam's are absolutely amazing! Without having to add compression (decreasing squish), increasing bore (very popular mod) or fuel changes, the cam's are throw-in and they will give you upwards of 10hp at the top end without loosing the bottom. Of course the single pipe exhaust is worth every penny. Coring the stock exhaust isn't going to help much because the aftermarket exhaust is actually a different diameter pipe and it doesn't have the cat, so there's a lot to gain. I've done BOTH mod's on a friends bike, WITH a Nemesis ECU and we got 101rwhp out of it with 82lb torque, which is about 12 more horsepower over stock.Hi. I'm looking for some advice on what I could do to really wake up my 08 hypermotard 1100. I've read where some have cored there exhaust. Would race cams be a good investment? Any help would be appreciated thks Kevin
This is correct.. you should ask the manufacture who or what software they recommend.I ordered the NCR cams so now I need to either reflash or replace the ecu as suggested.
The cam's specifically don't really need a change in fuel map. However, the exhaust AND cam's together will need some reworking.I ordered the NCR cams so now I need to either reflash or replace the ecu as suggested. I'm curious do most gear up or down when changing sprockets? I really like the look of the stock exhaust was hoping coring it out would work but may not from what info I'm getting . I'm taking my bike to Halls cycle in Springfield Illinois has anyone heard of any good or bad experiences with them ? Thks for the continued input. Kevin