When I had my engine bored out to a 103, I described what I was looking for as follows;
Something to flatten the hills, shorten the passing lanes, and something to cruise the highways (2 and 4 lane, straight and twisty).
Here is what the builder did. Called Bob Woods at Tom Woods... (where is Tom if Bob does all the work?) and relayed the info. Bob recommended his TW-7H Cam for my riding. There was some hemming and hawing between this one and the 777, but being a Highway Cruiser, that came down on the side of the TW-7H, as per Bob (something about the 777 being more of a Bar Hopper?). What I ended up with was the Woods Cam and Lifters, 10.5 to 1 flat top cast pistons (nothing expensive, not even sure what brand they are), and an increase from 96 to 103 Cubic Inches. I already had the Stage 1 Intake, and I added Drago's Dragula to the mix. No head work was recommended. I asked about it, and was told it would add HP and TQ, but it was nothing that would substantially add to my riding.
That was over 15,000 miles ago. Been cruisin' happy ever since.
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