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very strong  :up: :up:
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Twin Cam / Re: S&S 143" INSTEAD OF S&S 124'
« Last post by rhuff on Today at 08:17:37 PM »
I would love to have a de-tuned 143.  Big, dumb and reliable.  Not sure if S&S will do a custom order 143" with a warranty?  Not sure if the 143 comes with a warranty anyway.....?  How much fun would a relaxed 155-160 HP be?!
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Twin Cam / Re: Quik reving ?
« Last post by Clayton24 on Today at 08:13:53 PM »
I have a 15 ultra limited stripped down close to a streetglide,103 with 57h cams fuel moto open breather, power vision and gutted head pipe . Runnin on a base map it pulled 94hp and 109 tq when i did the dyno run jus to see if i was makin decent progress it had rc 4.5 slip ons which i found out are lowend torque killers. It was very soft on the bottom so i changed to crusher mellows and wow what a diffrence in lowend torque ! Now i have aquired a set of se cnc pro factory twin cooled heads im gonna install with a 0.30 head gasket an set to desired compression ! Is this engine combination worth a shot or should i go a diffrent route? Or will this more than likeley b well worth the effort etc ? Thanks for all replies and info oh an forgot im gonna have it dyno tuned when completed! Thanks
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General / Re: What crank to run
« Last post by Ohio HD on Today at 08:03:11 PM »
My 124 goes down the road as smooth as you could expect.

http://www.darkhorsecrankworks.com/crankshaft_true.html

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General / Re: What crank to run
« Last post by N-gin on Today at 08:01:32 PM »
Save me $$$$ also..
DarkHorse dynamically balance?
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General / Re: Can't get adjustable pushrods in...doing something wrong?
« Last post by 1FSTRK on Today at 07:58:44 PM »
Another thing many don't know is Smith Brothers will make custom 1 pc. pushrods to your specs for a VERY reasonable price  :up:

 :up:  that they will, Pierre is the person to talk to.    :SM:

The last set I bought, the +0.020's, they were under $50 if I remember right. Got them pretty quick too.

Vic keeps them on hand with one end unfinished. He measured each one for my engine, cut them to length and pressed the ends in.
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General / Re: Can't get adjustable pushrods in...doing something wrong?
« Last post by Ohio HD on Today at 07:41:04 PM »
Another thing many don't know is Smith Brothers will make custom 1 pc. pushrods to your specs for a VERY reasonable price  :up:

 :up:  that they will, Pierre is the person to talk to.    :SM:

The last set I bought, the +0.020's, they were under $50 if I remember right. Got them pretty quick too.
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General / Re: Can't get adjustable pushrods in...doing something wrong?
« Last post by FSG on Today at 07:37:15 PM »
Another thing many don't know is Smith Brothers will make custom 1 pc. pushrods to your specs for a VERY reasonable price  :up:

 :up:  that they will, Pierre is the person to talk to.    :SM:
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General / Re: Can't get adjustable pushrods in...doing something wrong?
« Last post by FSG on Today at 07:36:17 PM »
p.s. For my own info, what's the issue with Loctiting them please?

If and when you want to re adjust them in the future the loctite will be an absolute bitch.

Just use good spanners and scissor the nut to the base and all will be good. 

I never use loctite on any PRs and have never had a problem. 

Below is what the adjustable end of those Non Quick/Fast Install Pushrods will look like.

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General / Re: Can't get adjustable pushrods in...doing something wrong?
« Last post by PoorUB on Today at 07:34:43 PM »
I seem to remember someone leaving the lifter covers off and installing the push rods, tubes and lifter covers at the same time.
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