Hello, all! I've got an '82 XJ550 that I'm finally getting around to doing something with. its got about 14k miles on it, so it sat for a long time. I have ridden it on and off for the last 10 years doing small maintenance things that I could afford or felt competent enough to do myself, then had kids and parked the bike. Over this winter I've decided to really turn it into what I have always wanted it to be: a cool, fun bike and a conversation starter. I dont care about being the fastest, the loudest, etc. Ill be completely transparent and say that in this endeavor, I am merely chasing sound. I have been looking into swapping out the cams (which I understand is a crapshoot for reliability). I had read in another forum post that the FJ600 cams will physically fit, and require an electric tach to be installed, which I am fine with. My question is if the '92+ models will also fit, i.e. Seca II cams. I found a reasonably priced set of cams, but don't want to throw money at it if it wont work for my application. Should I run into problems with an engine failure, I may go the route of swapping an entire FJ600 driveline in, but again, I'm chasing the sound, not so much the power. I certainly plan on re-jetting the carbs after any work. Let me know what information you can share with me, thanks! **edit** I should also add that I have already taken the time to do as much maintenance as I've felt the bike needed: rebuild the caliper, new brake line & pads, rebuild the front forks, rewired the fusebox, cleaned the gas tank, oil change, new tires, etc. I will be making sure the bike is 100% safe in stock form before any major changes.