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    Quote Originally Posted by SIDEWAYZ View Post
    yeah i didnt take it as the truth is there anyway i can find out if its been chipped? and how easy is it to change the cams timewise? thanks for replies do u know where it should be idleing as mine looks like its halfway between o and 1000 rpms thanks peps
    So long as you have the right tools for the job and you know what your doing, it shouldn't take long atall. Few hours tops.
     
     

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    mine normally idles between 500 and 750 when warm and just under 1000 when just starting up cold
    if you see a silver flash go past and smell burning rubber..........it means you were going too slow!
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