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Old 11-14-2012, 11:27 PM
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I talked to MR. Woods, he said that with a 103", KN intake forward 12+hp increaser, and the PCV Dynojet, I should go TW-777? Oh yeah American custom headers and rush slipons.


What dyno numbers are you getting, and what mpg? Just trying to get ballpark, and if I should do a 107", and or port and polish, and if its worth it?


As usual thanks!
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Our proprietary Wiseco 107" pistons have the proper valve reliefs to accomodate the use of a 1.940"-2.00" intake valve head,(our Stage III or Stage IV) that would be required to establish the flow charateristics needed to expose that combination for it's true worth, at a tame, cool running, pump-gas friendly compression ratio.
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My 10 Ultra has 10's in it ~ love them ~ had 555's prior ~ the heads were Type B fuel moto ~ Lots of great choices but heads are a consideration.
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What cams you use all depends on your riding habits. I prefer a low end torque cam that provides power in the average riding RPM range of 2000 to 4500 RPM's which IMO is ideal for a heavier touring bike. I think cams are like windshields you have to find one that works best for you.
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