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GS CAMS I am looking for a set of cams for my 82 gs 750 ez I understand that my exhaust cam is the same as the one on the 82 1100E.What about the intake? Do you know if I can use one off another model?or if there is another model gs that runs with the same intake cam.I have the 16 valve TSCC motor.

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Unfortunately I can't give you any technical details since my knowlegde of the GS (or any other bike in that matter) is very limited. However there are a copple of ways you can use your internet connexion to find out more: 1. try (= GS(X) site worthwhile!) 2. try and search for intake cam suzuki gs 750 (or otherwise)

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