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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-25-2015, 08:15 PM Thread Starter
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Thinking about throwing in some lloydz cams. Anyone done this at home? If so how tough is it?
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Thinking about throwing in some lloydz cams. Anyone done this at home? If so how tough is it?
I'm pretty sure there is a thread or two discussing the install on our steel framed bikes. IIRC, the procedure is pretty straight forward, though beyond my pay grade. Google is our friend.

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If you are planning to do an intake as well its not bad. To gain access to the front valve cover, the stock air box has to be removed. To do that, you need to remove the motor OR cut it apart.

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Already have the torque tubes on it so access is not a problem. Just didn't know if there was room between the head and frame to work on the rear jug.
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Already have the torque tubes on it so access is not a problem. Just didn't know if there was room between the head and frame to work on the rear jug.
Remove TB assy for more room for rear valve cover removal.

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