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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-30-2011, 05:12 AM Thread Starter
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Any sugestions for a cam i have a 2006 rincon i hwve put k&n air filter, upgraded exhaust qnd still want more power.
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havent really seen many guys on here except jkhuntin do cam work on a rincon. i believe he went with the 710 bbk with the mud buster cam in it.
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The hot cams mudbuster is designed for more low end power, if you are looking for more power throughout the entire power band look into a web cam (no not one for dirty pictures on the computer) LOL. The Web cam is a little more expensive but from what I've been told it comes with the de-comp, holder and gear already installed. If you go with the mudbuster you must use the stock de-comp and holder meaning you have to remove the gear from the stock cam and if you don't have access to a press, good luck, and you can't buy the oem holder by itself. I hope to have my engine back from the machine shop 2morrow so that I can install the engine next time I get a day off work, I think some time in 2013. LOL. I will post my progress. Oh, and welcome to the forums.

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Are you a trail rider, or mud slinger? If you mainly ride mud, then you could probably skip the big bore kit and just do a cam and a gear reduction. But if you're a trailer rider, then the thumper 710 kit will surely deliever plenty of power for the Rinny.

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Maxxis Bighorn 2.0
ITP Mudlite XL

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My thoughts exactly, I go balz to the wall from mud hole to mud hole, which is why I went with both. LOL. If I had done a little more research prior to purchase I would have gone with the web cam.

2004 Rincon
2" lift
Snorkled with extened vent lines
27" mudlites, ITP SS212's
710 BBK and hot cams mudbuster
HMF Utility series slip on pipe
Mud bike

2013 Rancher 420 AT.
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My thoughts exactly, I go balz to the wall from mud hole to mud hole, which is why I went with both. LOL. If I had done a little more research prior to purchase I would have gone with the web cam.
Maybe when my factory warranty is up, I'll get the thumper kit.

2007 Honda Rincon
Twin Air Filter
High Lifter Springs
Viper Max 3500lb Winch
Kimpex Bumpers
Warn Skid Plates
Maier Handguards
ODI Rogue Grips
Maxxis Bighorn 2.0
ITP Mudlite XL

2014 HD Dyna Switchback
Vance&Hines Pro Pipe/Tuner/Intake

2010 GMC Sierra SLE Crew Cab 4x4

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I'll post updates as I go to let folks know how I like it. Thumper racing is who I got my BBK from.

2004 Rincon
2" lift
Snorkled with extened vent lines
27" mudlites, ITP SS212's
710 BBK and hot cams mudbuster
HMF Utility series slip on pipe
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2013 Rancher 420 AT.
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