Well if you had looked to my left it says I live in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Add me to msn if you would like, (don't laugh at the email it's from grade 7): [email protected]
Changing a cam isn't as hard as you beleive. Get the honda manual for your head (make an account at hondahookups.com and download for free) and look up the head disassembly pages. They will have detailed explination of removing the cam, and you do it in reverse to install it (making sure it's TDC with the engine) using the torque specs from the book. Nothing can go wrong that way. I've changed cams in 1 engine before, took me 3 hours to do so following a book, over 10Ks later and it's still running strong, althought I think I got 1 cam of by 1 tooth on my gear. Too much backfire, I'm checking it this weekend.
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