Hey Guys, Just thought I'd give you a couple of basic tips and tricks on camshafts and a very brief instructions. DISASSEMBLING (for newbies) Obviously If you follow the service manual things will be much more easier and smoother, But after striping all the plastics and draining the water and removing radiator. You will be getting prepared to take the rocker cover off and the water pump unit. (the water pump unit can come off with out disassembling the unit with only removing 3 bolts...top right bolt, top left, and bottom left bolts.) After that take the 2 bungs out of the side cover and turn it over to TDC mark the timing on the camshaft sprocket ..(even though there is timing marks already just mark your own anyway) Take out the cam sprocket carefully dont drop anything inside the engine ( to do that remove Cam chain Tensioner first ) then the camshaft (put a bolt in the camsahft and then pull on the bolt...it willl pop out easy) INSTALLING CAMSHAFT BEARING (for all) The best way i found was use my Fly-wheel Puller (about 30usd) i can remove and install bearings with this just be very careful not to leave any markings ...Heres a photo. INSTALLING CAMSHAFT (for all) All camshafts shall be greased up by something before there first start up.. a lot of people use grease but some greases don't dissolve so well so you could start our motor up and the grease COULD clog up oil galleries and end up resulting and severe engine failure. The best thing to use is Vaseline (the stuff single guys are hiding under there beds) it will dissolve well and will be enough for the engine start up until the oil gets to the cam Like so... Smear over both Lobes. INSTALLING (for newbies) Install the camshaft, camshaft sprocket (re-aligned with timing marks) take the bung off the camchain tensioner and turn the Flathead screw the tensioner should wind back in then fit this back on, time for the Valve clearances, each cam will be different but it should be close to 0.10 intake and 0.16-0.20 outlet (measurement in Metric..Just for those newbies ). after that it is time to put everything back together everything shouldn't be a problem then fill your water back up and start it up.. Hope you enjoy your bike after this, depends on your riding style and bike setup which cam shafte you will like but heres a couple ive ried now. 1.CMS camshaft High lift 2.Uma Racing High lift 3.Malossi Power cam 4. Stock If you got any question feel free to ask.