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Just picked my bike up from Doc's. He is a genius! I tried to push him to change the 255 cams but he said if I want low to mid range torque I should keep them. Doc had T-Man flow the heads, new intake and exhaust valves, adjustable push rods and cometic head gasket with the TTS tuner. I already had the Fat Cat 2 into 1 pipes installed. This baby will run. I'm getting 124.77 Ft/Lbs of torque and 101 HP SAE. Torque curve starts at 2k RPM with 105 and climbs to 124.77 at 3.75k RPM and doesn't fall off until after 5k. I will post the dyno chart tomorrow.
 

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Sounds like you may go and pull a few stumps out of the ground...glad you liuke it, I bet it feels a bit different. :D
 

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Just picked my bike up from Doc's. He is a genius! I tried to push him to change the 255 cams but he said if I want low to mid range torque I should keep them. Doc had T-Man flow the heads, new intake and exhaust valves, adjustable push rods and cometic head gasket with the TTS tuner. I already had the Fat Cat 2 into 1 pipes installed. This baby will run. I'm getting 124.77 Ft/Lbs of torque and 101 HP SAE. Torque curve starts at 2k RPM with 105 and climbs to 124.77 at 3.75k RPM and doesn't fall off until after 5k. I will post the dyno chart tomorrow.
Probably going to need a backrest for the passenger in your sig....
 

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I going the direction you started; Replacing the cam on my 110 with a T-Man 600, leaving the heads and compression stock for now. Will probably do the T-Man heads and pistons later, depending on how it turns out. Before new cam, but with Power Duals, Monster Rounds, Rolland Sands A/C, and a Thundermax Tuner it ran 95HP and 111 TQ. That was without any Dynotuneing, parts were already on from dealer, wanted to see where we started before the cam and Dynotune. This will be a interesting comparison.
 
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