IMO the cam is the most important part of the engine build, in most cases the correct cam will increase rear wheel torque and locate the torque band in the lower rpm range which is what you want in a touring model bike. You want the torque range to be in the lower rpm range because in most cases you will be riding in the 2000 to 4000 rpm area and cruising around 3000.
Fuel Moto has a lot of dyno sheets on the Woods cams, and with a little research you can find dyno sheets on other cam builds.
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08 FLTR candy red sunglo,with 2015 103 HO, V&H Dresser Duals with Monster Rounds, Power Vision tuner, Willy Shiny Wheels and Forks and a bunch of other stuff.