I agree, but the M8 heads are one thing they got right. They flow very well from the factory.To go back at it, my thoughts, i am planning on a swap just cause I should be around 25 to 30k and I am taking off the top end to "correct" the minimums up there. I see some post about the rockers and what have you an honestly, I really don't believe in putting in a cam without doing some sort of head and intake work, but that's me and my motor days of cars, will I pull the heads? Not likely until later. What I do know is working on a Harley is like stupid easy as you don't need a buddy for extra hands, no lifts for the motor or transmission...you can work them yourself and for me get much satisfaction. I do.
Probably why I won't pull them, but I am doing an S&S intake to eliminate plastic...and some top end things I am researching to eliminate play that results in noise as well as put in push rods to spec. Adjustable pushrods work but are not ideal. Right and tight. Old mantra... everyone has their ideas and ways, what I love the most about being alive as well as riding and meeting all y'all. One common denominator but many differences...that's cool! Ride On!I agree, but the M8 heads are one thing they got right. They flow very well from the factory.
My .02.....B-I-N-G-fuckin-O....feel the exact same way cept my "131" was my Revolution Performance built TwinkieMy 2 cents - Just keep the warranty. The longer I ride, the more mods I do the more I realize that I really don't need them. I've had the 131 and although a fun motor for that occasional rip - at the end of the day I really didn't need it. The piece of mind that I have with the warranty that if something goes south particularly on some long trips , any dealer I pull up to should be able diagnose the problem and repair it on MOCO's dime. Other than a slip on that I put on my 2020 RGL, I've left my bike completely stock and am perfectly happy and content with the 114.