Made in the UK from scratch with a single piece of machined billet steel before being heat treated for hardness.
Elsewhere you will find that competitors have just ground the base circle on the stock Himalayan / Scram 411 camshaft. However, we found that this restricted the way the timing and lift could be changed. Lift on a re-ground stock cam is also restricted by the tappet adjustment range to about 0.5 Millimetre in lift. Modifying a stock cam also means the exhaust valve lifter arm needs to be ground very thin.
So, you can see why we started with a fresh blank steel billet and developed this drop-in Camshaft. This also means the problematic exhaust valve lifter mechanism is no longer needed due to the Camshaft timing and valve overlap.
Tested extensively on all Euro 4 and 5 models during summer and winter temperatures.
Easily fitted by amateur mechanics and even without any other changes to the ECU this will give around 20% extra power.
Please see the Dyno sheets on our 2019 stock Euro 4 Himalayan with standard ECU.