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Yea, more cam questions. Cant make up my mind between woods 222 or woods 777 cams. I have 2012 fltrx, lsr 2 into 1 exhaust, v&h intake,screamin eagle race tuner. I ride mostly 1 up and all kinds of riding. Need some opinions.
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I would call Fuel Moto, who knows the cams you are considering. From what I know, if you're just going to bolt in a cam, the 222 is a great cam. The 777 needs more compression and ported heads. But I'm just an idiot, call Fuel Moto.
 

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Yea, more cam questions. Cant make up my mind between woods 222 or woods 777 cams. I have 2012 fltrx, lsr 2 into 1 exhaust, v&h intake,screamin eagle race tuner. I ride mostly 1 up and all kinds of riding. Need some opinions.
Thanks in advance
The two cams your asking about are completely opposite of each other. The 222 is a great bolt in cam for a 103" and has strong low and mid-range power. Like HIB said, the 777's want more comp. and will be a disappointment in a stock motor at anything less than 3000 rpm.
 

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I would call Frank at Dragos bike works. I just ordered his 580 cam.
 

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Thanks fellas for the replies,back to my homework i guess. So now its between dragos 580 and woods 222.
 

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There under my bender section sorry I would post link but hard to do from my phone also there on my website.
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UOTE=jj8823;1857289]Anyone have any numbers on the dragos 580 cam?[/QUOTE]
 

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Here ya go Frank

There under my bender section sorry I would post link but hard to do from my phone also there on my website.
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UOTE=jj8823;1857289]Anyone have any numbers on the dragos 580 cam?
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565 bolt in tq cam
For guys wanting tq right out of the hole
Stock compression to 10:25:1
2100/5200 rpm
17.5 / 39.5 565 lift 237 dur at .050
49.5 / 3.5 535 lift 235 dur at .050
101 centerline advance 6 D.


580 bolt in cam
For guys wanting a bolt in cam that can go from mild to wild
9:8 com 101
2400/6000
20 / 42 - 578 lift 243 dur at .050
44 / 18 - 568 lift 243 dur at .050
100 centerline
104 centerline
 

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Yea, more cam questions. Cant make up my mind between woods 222 or woods 777 cams. I have 2012 fltrx, lsr 2 into 1 exhaust, v&h intake,screamin eagle race tuner. I ride mostly 1 up and all kinds of riding. Need some opinions.
Thanks in advance
As already mentioned, those are 2 totally different cams.
The 222 is in fact a plug/play for the 96 and 103", and the 777 NEEDS to be set at 10.4-5 cr.
S&S .583 would be a candidate, as would be an Andrews 48.
No wonder there is confusion on cams, as every other "shop" out there has a cam, new cam, claiming to leap tall buildings in a single bound.
We had Comp Cams manufacture several cams to our specs almost 20 years ago,(one was an .813" lift :eek:) but decided that there were already too many then.
About 6 years ago we had Andrews cut a cam up for us that worked very well had had 10 of them made.
Took us about 8 man hours to design it here, with special software we have had.
With tens of thousands of logged miles at this point, on various engine sizes/configruations, showing great results, we still hedge to release it publicly.
Too many damn cams out there already.
..........:)
Scott
 

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+1 way too many cams out there i was trying to figure out for my self looking at way too many dyno charts, i decided to buy cheap bought andrews 57h save 150 $ ish on the cam for mine. I should install it in 2 weeks. At the end of the day i want more torque and i think i will get there and saved my self few bucks. At a street light agaisnt cam xxx the driver will make the difference not the cam all beeing equal( no other mods cough cough)

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