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09 106" with head work andrews 57 and dragula exhaust

Guys here is a dyno sheet I got last night.
Specs are......
Ported Head work.
106 inch motor
Andrew 57 cams
TTS master tune
Dragos Dragula 2:1 2.55 baffle

I did not build motor just exhaust is ours... I want to show people the Andrew 57 here and its power band..

Nice work guys just like we talked about on the phone.....
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Some impressive numbers

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Nice overall #'s, i was hoping the 57 would come on a little earlier. The power is out there a little ways in the rpm, range. Frank any idea of compression they ran with that one, mostly curious if the 57 really need higher compression to perform.
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If you look at the power it comes on at 2200 rpm over 100 ft tq. Thats not bad.
I my self have not had the chance to use them.
There static compression. with this cam 10.1/10.25 max....

here is there website
http://www.andrewsproducts.com/motorcycle-parts/catalog

Andrews 57 comes 2200/5500



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Nice overall #'s, i was hoping the 57 would come on a little earlier. The power is out there a little ways in the rpm, range. Frank any idea of compression they ran with that one, mostly curious if the 57 really need higher compression to perform.
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If you look at the power it comes on at 2200 rpm over 100 ft tq. Thats not bad.
I my self have not had the chance to use them.
There static compression. with this cam 10.1/10.25 max....

here is there website
http://www.andrewsproducts.com/motorcycle-parts/catalog

Andrews 57 comes 2200/5500
Frank with the cost of this cam around 280, would this be something you would steer guys towards compared to the 55tq at like $380, i thought i read somewhere that this came was comprable to that one?
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The tman cam is 348.00
Yes the Andrews 57 is a nice low to mid range cam.
I dont have any side by side compression yet.
I hope to soon.B
But I would say yes.


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Frank with the cost of this cam around 280, would this be something you would steer guys towards compared to the 55tq at like $380, i thought i read somewhere that this came was comprable to that one?
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Nice overall #'s, i was hoping the 57 would come on a little earlier. The power is out there a little ways in the rpm, range. Frank any idea of compression they ran with that one, mostly curious if the 57 really need higher compression to perform.
Most riders use the 2200 to 4500 rpm range about 90 percent of the time. That is very good numbers for mild cam 106 motor.


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the other part of the recipe is that it has an excellent set of heads. Sweet combo and sweet numbers.
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Numbers look nice. Looking at a 107 too

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That looks pretty nice. Assume it's a 6th gear pull??

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