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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-18-2015, 04:44 PM Thread Starter
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Dyno results 103" TW-777 cams

Well the numbers are better than expected. But I don't know the difference between SAE and smoothing. So the SAE numbers are probably a bit lower. 100hp & 116tq.

I thought the flat spot from 2500-2800rpm was the tune, but it's the cam. Some of you told me this wasn't a low end cam, and you are right. It doesn't come on until about 3000rpm and then pulls hard.

But it's in there now, and I may do heads and Pistons later so I'll be all good. Another tune man telling me the PCV isn't great, they recommend the TTS and they are well respected in the twin cities. Maybe change that next year. Runs good for now.
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Totally stock 103" otherwise?

You can swap out the head gaskets for cometic .030 ones and that will help the bottom end by increasing the compression a little. That should help. Those cams need a bit more compression.
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Looks good Brian! The TTS allows us to adjust many more parameters within the ECM and the PCV allows only fuel and spark control.
You'll find after a complete Dyno tune with the TTS that you'll feel a much more responsive bike and not such a throttle delay and soft torque below 3500. Enjoy what you have now and once you become bored with it and want more come see us! Think Spring!


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Looks good Brian! The TTS allows us to adjust many more parameters within the ECM and the PCV allows only fuel and spark control.
You'll find after a complete Dyno tune with the TTS that you'll feel a much more responsive bike and not such a throttle delay and soft torque below 3500. Enjoy what you have now and once you become bored with it and want more come see us! Think Spring!


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And also with the TTS or Direct Link you can lean out the cruising area for gas mileage without sacrificing performance.
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Actually, you can adjust all fuel parameters for cruising with the PCV or PC3. Your not locked into any certain AFR as its adjustable with the VE table. If you look at your map, you'll notice different throttle positions and they coincide with each Rpm.
To adjust adjust AFR in the cruise area you need only note your throttle positions and rpm, typically 5-15% throttle and 2200-3000 RPM. I usually set that area between 13.9-14.3 AFR depending on the build.


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Actually, you can adjust all fuel parameters for cruising with the PCV or PC3. Your not locked into any certain AFR as its adjustable with the VE table. If you look at your map, you'll notice different throttle positions and they coincide with each Rpm.
To adjust adjust AFR in the cruise area you need only note your throttle positions and rpm, typically 5-15% throttle and 2200-3000 RPM. I usually set that area between 13.9-14.3 AFR depending on the build.


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Absolutely, what I was saying and didn't finish was along with being able to set the timing right along with this with a good dyno man is the best of all worlds. I agree with you 100%. I've used the Thundermax and the Power Commander with good success, but nothing beats a fine tuned bike by a good dyno guy.

Also, too many people get wound up with peak hp numbers which is where we never ride. Torque and hp from 2500 rpm and up will give you the best seat of the pants go power and please even the most picky rider.
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If you are running the CFR mufflers listed in your sig, I can say without question that is what is causing the lack of low end power, it's not the cam. We not only helped Bobby Wood develop the pattern for the TW-777 cam, we also use them day in day out. A muffler swap an some fine tuning would make a world of difference, as much as 20-30% on the torque side down at 2500 RPM

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If you are running the CFR mufflers listed in your sig, I can say without question that is what is causing the lack of low end power, it's not the cam. We not only helped Bobby Wood develop the pattern for the TW-777 cam, we also use them day in day out. A muffler swap an some fine tuning would make a world of difference, as much as 20-30% on the torque side down at 2500 RPM
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Like Jamie said, ditch the CFRs...

The PC-V is fine, might do a little tweeking after you change the muffs...

I'd ask Jamie what muffs he recommends with your set-up, he probably has a map (for the PC-V) to go with them.

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The 777 cams in a stock compression 103 leave a lot to be desired below 3000. They seem to get a lot of good press. However, I suspect it's like all the other upgrade goodies. The posts are all excitement on day one. Never hear back after the newness wears off.
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