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Do you have to pull the head in order to change the cam shaft? It looks like you can pull the timing sprocket cover off and remove it from there.
 

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Thats the way the 700 works-Hunterworks has a vid on the swap as well as one on youtube of a raptor cam change(just ignore the valve removal unless your gonna change the valve springs also.I used a hotcam in my 700 that increases the duration that the valves are open-so no valve spring replacement is required(acording to hotcam)Ive got close to 1000 miles on mine since the cam upgrade & It has been rock solid & a real seat of the pants upgrade!Keep in mind this is all for the 700-so do your research-Good luck & dont forget you need some sort of fuel controller to increase fuel-I used the MSD with hunterworks maps in mine.
 
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