I know it's an unpopular opinion, but I'm used to that.
Do a good Stage 1 (air cleaner, exhaust, tuner) and then leave it alone and ride. Stage 1 is the best bang-for-the-buck, and it leaves your warranty relatively intact. Adding anything else reduces reliability, jeopardizes your warranty (if you have one), and costs a bunch of money to make a slow bike a little less slow.
A 120 horsepower Harley is still a slow motorcycle.
The money you're spending on heads, cams, and pushrods would be much better spent on a pair of Ohlins and a Ride Like A Pro class.
'05 Night Train, '16 Road Glide Ultra
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