Originally Posted by Dignan
So after putting some miles on my new TAMA IC 200 (new version of the IC Jr), I've noticed a significant difference in feel between my DW 3000 and the TAMA IC 200. It seems that no matter how much I tinker with spring tension I can't get them to feel the same.
I think this can be attributed to the IC having a power glide cam and the DW having a rolling glide cam. I think I do better with the rolling glide. Is it possible/easy to replace the cam on the IC to a rolling glide to match my DW3000?
From what I know of Tama pedals, the hex bar is the same size for all of them. So if you managed to find one of their Camco pedals with a rolling chain sprocket, you could swap them out. I actually have the Camco sprocket with a chain if you want to buy it. PM me.