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So I have it down to 2, looking for a little help / nudge. I plan to leave the internal of my 103 stock (for now). I am looking for straight out of the box torque through the 5000 RPM. 2012 FLTRX 103.

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I really like the TW222 cams in my bike.
Do some research by looking at some dyno sheets that are running a similar build as yours
 

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Thanks, I have researched to the utmost, I am leaning towards the 222s. I need to stop debating and order a set. Thanks for the input.
 

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+1 on the TW 222's. All around a sound choice, and supported by FM, which if you are looking for Tuner options will be well worth the investment.
 

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Just because a cam is cheaper doesn't mean it will provide the performance that you are looking for. If you look at the specs the TW 222 will produce better low end torque.
 

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I had the TW 222's in my street glide and my road glide. Great cam. A bit noisy. Due to the ramp on the cam lobes. Still a great cam. Take a look at the dragos 565 cam. There's a few dyno graphs in the dyno section.
 

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So far i really like my 222's in my 2011 FLTRU. Torque comes on strong from 2900 on up, but 3200 to 4k they will push you back in your seat... I think you will like them.
 

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222's or Andrews 48's.
Both good producers in the low-mid.
Crane has a good one also, as does S&S.
On paper(dyno) you'll see a tiny difference, but seat of the pants, no.
Remember, there are NO magic cams, magic beans maybe, but no magic cams.
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Hillsidecycle,

You mention the 48h, is there a reason you left out the 57h?

interested in your thoughts,

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Woods 222 cams

I went with Woods 222 after HarleyAgain had them done to his bike.
I had mine dyno'd by Ed at Dyno Difference and I'm very happy.
I don't have the best intake or exhaust for the best performance but Ed tuned it to 108.2 ft/lbs and 86.2 HP which was a nice improvement.
Thanks to TripleJ for installing the cams and HarleyAgain for choosing Woods 222.
 

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I have the TW-222's in my RGC on the recommendation of my engine builder / tuner. 95 hp / 115 tq. I couldn't ask for more from a cam swap.

I would suggest you talk to your enginer builder / tuner to see if they have a preference.

I think you'd be happy with either.
 

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I went with Woods 222 after HarleyAgain had them done to his bike.
I had mine dyno'd by Ed at Dyno Difference and I'm very happy.
I don't have the best intake or exhaust for the best performance but Ed tuned it to 108.2 ft/lbs and 86.2 HP which was a nice improvement.
Thanks to TripleJ for installing the cams and HarleyAgain for choosing Woods 222.
BTW, welcome to the tank..it's abt damn time you posted something!
 

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57 H for me better, better HP about same TQ exhaust setup will come to play to make a difference. Lots of opinion best to go with your tuner that will make a difference. The 57H have better top end both are very close on lower end. Good luck.
103 will wake up with a cam work for sure.


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andrews cams

i use andrews 54h so when i change pistons for more comp or do 107 upper end the cam is already done.my friends with the 255 have more low end torque-none can hang with mine for passing.in jan. will raise comp to 10,&p&p the heads.look at the install for future mods if any
 
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