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Not SBK and you probably have these anyway but as I've got them on the bench at the moment;

1999 ST2 - Horizontal cyl cam = OHZ, Vertical cyl cam = VHZ
1995 M900 'V2' heads - Horizontal cyl cam = OHT, Vertical cyl cam = VHT.
 

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I can pull out the 999S cams and get that. If someone doesn't chime in on the 848/EVO/1098/1198 cams, I'm sure I can dig through and find them. When you get it on the site Brad, I'll add to the mix.
 

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Brad, after all the excellent info and help you've given me over the years, I'm glad I can finally help.
2003 999R
Vert Intake cam- VA3M
Vert Exh cam- VS1C
Hort. Intake cam- OA3M
Hort. Exh. cam- OS1C
hope this helps.
 

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How did it go with this list?

I got some numbers and based on this some questions..:confused:

My standard 998:
Vert Intake cam- VA-2D
Vert Exh cam- VS-2D
Hort. Intake cam- OA-2D
Hort. Exh. cam- OS-2D

My 998S race bike (with a engine from a 999 from 2005).
Vert Intake cam- VA-3G
Vert Exh cam- VS-3G
Hort. Intake cam- OA-3G
Hort. Exh. cam- OS-3G

I believed that the engine from the 2005 999 (deep sump EU model) was with S cams. But I now have them lying newt to each other and they are exactly the same...:think:

Anyone who know about the name change for the cams?
 

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cams #

I bought a pair of spare 999 heads (03) and the cams in these heads were --

OA-2D, OS-2D, VA-2D, VS-2D

look to be the same as what is in the 998.?
 

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999 cams

I've just fitted the cams tricklidz listed in my 999.
Power is a lot stronger above 6000rpm.



Brad, after all the excellent info and help you've given me over the years, I'm glad I can finally help.
2003 999R
Vert Intake cam- VA3M
Vert Exh cam- VS1C
Hort. Intake cam- OA3M
Hort. Exh. cam- OS1C
hope this helps.
 

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2008 848

OS 7H5 Horizontal exhaust
VS 7H5 Vertical Exhaust
OA 7H5 Horizontal intake
VA 7H5 Horizontal intake
 

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2011 RS Cam #s

VA-3771A - 223
VS-3591B - 42
OA-3761A - 204
OS-3581B - 44

The numbers after the VA etc are the last section of the respective parts #s. The 2 & 3 digit #s after that I don't know
 

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Not SBK and you probably have these anyway but as I've got them on the bench at the moment;

1999 ST2 - Horizontal cyl cam = OHZ, Vertical cyl cam = VHZ
1995 M900 'V2' heads - Horizontal cyl cam = OHT, Vertical cyl cam = VHT.
Question: I just bought a 95 M900 that is supposed to have a 944 kit. I'd like to check what cams are in there too. Are the above Monster specs for a "stock" cam?
TIA,
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I can pull out the 999S cams and get that. If someone doesn't chime in on the 848/EVO/1098/1198 cams, I'm sure I can dig through and find them. When you get it on the site Brad, I'll add to the mix.
I noticed you installed S spec cams and a smaller 50mm exhaust....noticeable improvement?
I'm asking because 1st: seeing a 50mm on a 999 is unusual and 2nd: I installed S cams and used a smaller 54mm exhaust with my 102mm BCM overbore kitted 2003 999.
The 54mm didn't work very well with my stock 100mm bore engine IMO..well the ECU that came with the kit seemed to improve things more than the larger exhaust did. I noticed this especially after I sold the full exhaust and went back to a slip on so I could fit the up spec swinger(which greatly improved handling-good trade off). The slip definitely worked better on a stock engine. I continued to run the slip after I had the S spec cams and 102mm bore kit installed but decided later to try another 54mm full system again, this time the full system worked perfectly, marked improvement no doubt.
So I'm curious how the smaller exhaust worked for you...IMO most owner waste their money on the larger exhausts (57mm is common) to no avail with respect to performance gain.
 

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VA-3771A - 223
VS-3591B - 42
OA-3761A - 204
OS-3581B - 44

The numbers after the VA etc are the last section of the respective parts #s. The 2 & 3 digit #s after that I don't know
These aren’t easy to come by!
How did you get yours? What did you pay? Share the story:)!
 

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I got a set of cams for a 04 749S with the following numbers:

VA-3G
VS-3G
OA-3G
OS-3G

As Brad has measured a lot of cams his comment to these cams are that they are the longest duration of any of the Testastretta cams.
 

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1995 748 Biposto

VA - A1
VS - A1
OA - A1R
OS - A1

These markings are also the same as the 996 cams I bought from Gotham.
The R in OA - A1R is the revision made to undo the rev counter from the older bikes, same lobes still.
Just a FYI, R as in Revision.
 
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