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Old 08-10-2007, 09:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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2007 r6 not r6s!

Okay so I've been looking for some time now and still no luck on the internet.

Can anyone tell me the degrees for setting the cams to what the factory says they should be at?? (I'm using the .050 method of degreeing the cams)

Also if anyone has seen adjustable cam wheels for an 07 r6.

I've notched cam wheels before with my dremel but would rather not without any thing to go by. I've had templets from older bikes but I have not even seen a set for this bike yet???

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yamaha sells some that are +-1 degree & +-2 degrees offset from stock as well as stock, so total 5 different mounting locations, but no slotted ones like the ones graves sells for the 95-05's. I don't have a link but I found the info in yamaha's racing manual for the 2007 R6.

The service manual doesn't say anything about degrees, It just mentions things being at TDC for cylinder 1 and makr a being aligned somwhere or with mark b. Check out the service manual for info about how to properly setup the camshafts and timing chain as well as clearances etc.l

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