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SE 259 Cam
« on: Tuesday, December 08, 2009. 10:38:34 AM. »
We are building a CVO 110 ... buddy wants to use the new SE 259 Cam.. ( yes its got to be a SE ) .. any one have any experience with one yet ?? we were thinking of the new SE 263 but I think they need a change in the springs etc to work on a CVO 110 head  259 has 579 lift ... 263 has a 637 lift 
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Re: SE 259 Cam
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday, December 08, 2009. 05:08:10 PM. »
HV,

I  have not tried them but do like the "sister" cams; SE211 and SE251.  It looks like that cam would go well with the 22502-07 forged 10.5:1 compression pistons for the 110.

Let us know what you decide and how it turns out.

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Re: SE 259 Cam
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday, December 08, 2009. 05:53:59 PM. »
We are building a CVO 110 ... buddy wants to use the new SE 259 Cam.. ( yes its got to be a SE ) .. any one have any experience with one yet ?? we were thinking of the new SE 263 but I think they need a change in the springs etc to work on a CVO 110 head  259 has 579 lift ... 263 has a 637 lift 

 Of course you should check the travel, but I've used .650" lift cams in 110 heads w/ stock springs.

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Re: SE 259 Cam
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday, December 08, 2009. 09:10:44 PM. »
Same here
Customer pulled out SE264 and put in Woods 9b

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Re: SE 259 Cam
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday, December 09, 2009. 09:43:50 PM. »
The 259 is a higher lift, higher torque version of the 211, Did one in a dyna(103) and it had balls. I want to do a stage 4(103) on my 09 springer, but I will go with the 263, wiith the cnc ported heads.

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Re: SE 259 Cam
« Reply #5 on: Friday, December 11, 2009. 03:23:05 PM. »
It depends what he is wanting to acomplish with the 110 and what it is in. One is more of a TQ cam and the other is more HP. The 263 is going to come on later. Is he just wanting to warm it up a little or is he wanting to build a fire in it. :angry:
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Re: SE 259 Cam
« Reply #6 on: Friday, December 11, 2009. 04:04:03 PM. »
Same here
Customer pulled out SE264 and put in Woods 9b
Bet he's a lot happier?
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Re: SE 259 Cam
« Reply #7 on: Friday, December 11, 2009. 04:36:59 PM. »
The 259 is a higher lift, higher torque version of the 211, Did one in a dyna(103) and it had balls. I want to do a stage 4(103) on my 09 springer, but I will go with the 263, wiith the cnc ported heads.

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Re: SE 259 Cam
« Reply #8 on: Friday, December 11, 2009. 04:40:53 PM. »
The 264 has a 60 closing. That cam should not even be offered for anything under 120" to keep people from buying it. Almost any cam that closes 50 to 52 would be better
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Re: SE 259 Cam
« Reply #9 on: Sunday, December 13, 2009. 08:21:00 AM. »
Brian, I know this won't answer your question but I have a customer who took his SE RK from an 88 to a 103 and went with the 251's and that was a sweet setup. Very torquey cams all the way through the tach. I had another guy who went with the 253's and from my SOP they felt a little sluggish in the lower end but came on very strong after 25-2800. Spidey.
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Re: SE 259 Cam
« Reply #10 on: Sunday, December 13, 2009. 08:37:16 AM. »
Check the intake close and overlap for the reason why. Also compare the 251 to the 259 side by side

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Re: SE 259 Cam
« Reply #11 on: Sunday, December 13, 2009. 10:02:19 AM. »
Hey Bob,  didnt that FLHXSE 110 have the S.E. 259, it was dyno'ed right before mine was, think he was from Monterey.
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