Grand Prix 125
Main Motorcycle: Thunderbird Storm
Join Date: Jan 2010
|Trophy Trophy 3 & 4 - for all 900 and 1200cc models 1991- 2004|
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... I assume you're talking about Daytona 1200 cams on a Trophy 1200? Or Super III cams on a 900? They sacrifice low end and midrange for top end; not great for a tourer. (The 900 Trophies and Daytonas use the same cams already.)
Odd. Looking at the fiche, I see that the Daytona 1000/1200 use the same cams, but they're different from Trophy cams in most markets. The exception is Germany and "AU;" I don't know if that's Austria or Australia. Anyway, for whatever reason, DE and AU got the same cams in both Trophies and Daytonas from S/N 4902 to 9082, and they're different from both Trophy cams and Daytona cams in other markets.
At any rate, the "red" cams from a 4-cylinder Daytona are cut for more top end and give up some power low down to get it. I believe the same profile was used for the Super III. Cams should have a small dab of paint on the end to make them more readily identifiable: red for the hot cams, green for medium, and blue for the classic/cruiser line. I'd be curious to know what color the German ones from
4902 to 9082 are.
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