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Offline mgmmgm

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Red shift 575 cams?
« on: Saturday, September 19, 2009. 08:21:26 PM. »
Was wondering if anyone is running a redshift 575 cam, if they experience valve train noise, and how the cam works for their build. I am running a 575 in my 103 build with 9.8:1 compression and Baisley street port heads.


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Re: Red shift 575 cams?
« Reply #1 on: Sunday, September 20, 2009. 04:17:42 PM. »
I'm running the 575's in my 08 Ultra 96" stock heads and don't have too much noise.  A little more than stock but not much.  I was told by Zippers that I should run stock heads with them and I plan on going to a 103 with them as well, using wiseco dished pistons (also told to use by Zippers).  Tell me, how does the cam run with modified heads?  Also what pistons are you running in your 103?  Thanks.
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Offline nidan

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Re: Red shift 575 cams?
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday, September 22, 2009. 01:51:34 PM. »
Lots of folks with the CVO  103's have them , they were made to mate with the CVO heads.  Freedom makes a similar cam for the CVO 103.
THe only complaint I've heard are they are a bit noisey.
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Offline randyredneck

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Re: Red shift 575 cams?
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday, September 22, 2009. 01:57:15 PM. »
A bit noisy? Sheeeet.....mine sound God aweful! The guys at Zippers tell me to clearance my rocker covers...haven't yet, but that's in the plan for this winter. I've just ignored it for the past 3 or 4 years! LOL. I have an 03 Ultra that I installed the CVO SE 103 kit in and then installed the RS575 cams in. Power's good...but noisy. I'll let you know how they sound after the rocker boxes have a duel with my dremel tool! :-)