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AFR & Tuning Zone / Re: S&S 475 Cam Injector Timin...
Last post by hrdtail78 - Today at 08:12:13 AM
5.5's from the dealer.  Proper angles and spray pattern.
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AFR & Tuning Zone / S&S 475 Cam Injector Timing
Last post by Bull_Calf - Today at 08:07:17 AM
Can someone please tell me the best injector timing for a M8 114, Thundermax tuner, S&S 475 cam? 
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Members On The Track / Re: Bowling Green Kentucky
Last post by hrdtail78 - Today at 06:19:45 AM
Quote from: Hossamania on Today at 05:02:12 AMThat's a bagger like a Stock car is a stock car!
Looks great, congratulations. Can I ride it?

Yeah, it's pro bagger.  What is interesting about his engine.  Low compression 107 with all parts sourced off the shelf and a G28 turbo. Easily duplicated by anyone. Getting it to hook and down track?  Jeremy is the man.
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Twin Cam / Re: 2005 FLHR build plan
Last post by Adam76 - Today at 06:10:59 AM
Quote from: speedzter on Today at 06:02:40 AM
Quote from: Adam76 on Yesterday at 04:51:59 PMThe Woods website lists the W7 as a 95" cam but not the TW7H which is the one I think you are referring to.   

His Web site is a bit confusing, the W7 is an Evo Cam.
Yes the TW7H-R is for the early twin cam with roller chain.

Yes, it is available as a "conversion cam TW-7H-R.... but it's also listed as a single roller link chain drive 2007 - 2017 as "TW-7H"

From Wood's website:
2006 - 2016 BOLT-IN SUPER HI TORQUE FITS 96" - 110" WITH STOCK HEADS

 :pop:
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Twin Cam / Re: 2005 FLHR build plan
Last post by speedzter - Today at 06:02:40 AM
Quote from: Adam76 on Yesterday at 04:51:59 PMThe Woods website lists the W7 as a 95" cam but not the TW7H which is the one I think you are referring to.   

His Web site is a bit confusing, the W7 is an Evo Cam.
Yes the TW7H-R is for the early twin cam with roller chain.
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Members On The Track / Re: Bowling Green Kentucky
Last post by Hossamania - Today at 05:02:12 AM
That's a bagger like a Stock car is a stock car!
Looks great, congratulations. Can I ride it?
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Members On The Track / Re: Bowling Green Kentucky
Last post by hrdtail78 - Today at 04:00:40 AM
 I didn't race.  I tune on a bike that won pro bagger.

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General / Re: Zippers 128 - Is it street...
Last post by biggzed - Yesterday at 07:57:33 PM
Zippers makes 2 different 128" kits. The Muscle and Sleeper. The Muscle kit is 10.9:1 and cranks 225ccp using their 552 cam. I didn't see the specs on the sleeper kit but it uses their 472 cam.

I'm sure either could be ridden daily and comfortably with a proper tune as others have said. The Muscle kit could be more picky on quality fuel and air temps. 225ccp is on the higher end for a TC, not sure how that translates to the M8. Something I will research when the time comes to bump up the power on my Street Bob.

Zach
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General / Re: Zippers 128 - Is it street...
Last post by hattitude - Yesterday at 07:43:41 PM
I agree with the above....

I think it's a matter of well matched parts and a very good, albeit conservative, tune....

I put a 124" S&S crate engine in my 2016 bagger. It was done by FuelMoto and Jaime tuned it. It ended up with 135HP and 151TQ..

Just last week I rode it to Reno Street Vibrations from San Diego, with 3 other guys. We also did a day ride each day while there...

I just rode it sedately, in the group.... Even in the day rides around the hills of Reno, I never got less than 42mpg, and on one stretch along the 395, I got 45mpg...

It ran excellent and never missed a beat...

But I had plenty of power to pass anyone I wanted along the way.... :bike:
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Twin Cam / Re: 2005 FLHR build plan
Last post by Adam76 - Yesterday at 04:51:59 PM
Quote from: speedzter on September 27, 2022, 08:47:08 PM
Quote from: Adam76 on September 27, 2022, 05:29:20 PMThanks speedzter, that's not a bad idea. Woods website says these are bolt in 2000 - 6000 but With an intake closing of 46* and 248/248 duration, will these be a little soft on the bottom? I'm wanting power from 2000rpm.
Thanks

The TW7 is a high lift TW6    Int Close 40  240/240 duration  .575 lift .
I've used them in a 103 with stock beehives.
Nice strong torque builder .

edit- looks like he only make them as a roller conversion cam .

cheers



The Woods website lists the W7 as a 95" cam but not the TW7H which is the one I think you are referring to.   
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