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Offline mor pwr

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T-Man cams
« on: Sunday, January 03, 2010. 05:49:42 PM. »
Any one using the T-man TR-590 cam in a 103 to a 107 engine, I would like some feedback on your results. Tell me about your set up and your likes and dislikes about the cam. Or if you are using another one of his cams in a 103 to a 107 setup lets hear about it. Thank you Dan.

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Re: T-Man cams
« Reply #1 on: Sunday, January 03, 2010. 06:46:16 PM. »
I am using a T-Man stage 3 103" kit with 590 cams in my 2006 FLHX. I love the way the cam pulls from start to finish.
My dyno sheets with details  are posted in the Dyno Runs section.,19034.0.html
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Re: T-Man cams
« Reply #2 on: Sunday, January 03, 2010. 07:11:30 PM. »
I am using his 590G cam in my '07 FXST.  It was a 103", but I just tore it down and re-built as a 113" (same cams).  My 103" made 107/107 with Baisley Super Stock Heads, HPI 55mm t/b, and Fat Cat.  Haven't had the 113" on the dyno or street yet...literally just got done with it.
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Re: T-Man cams
« Reply #3 on: Sunday, January 03, 2010. 08:31:58 PM. »
I have the TR590s in my 117". Good low end torque on my SE Road King: 100 ft lb at 2400. I'm also using T-Man's Stage 3 heads. Great stuff!


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Re: T-Man cams
« Reply #4 on: Monday, January 04, 2010. 02:36:42 PM. »
I'm about to throw a set of TR590 cams in my 103. I have an '07 Roadglide. Currently it's a Headquarters 103ST with HQ575 cams, 10.5:1, 205ccp, flat tops, stock TB, stock injectors, w/ a Bassani Road Rage. Last March on RC Cycles dyno it made 112hp 122tq SAE. The bike runs great and is very quick up to about 4500 rpm. Kind of levels off after that, but is still a blast to ride. The reason I am wanting to try the T-Man stuff out is:

1) A friend in Texas was running a HQ120. He swapped the HQ575 for the TR590 and couldn't believe the difference. It started easier (later intake close), revved faster, and pulled hard all the way to redline. I know there is a big difference in his 120 to my 103, but I trust him and am willing to try.

2) I like to play around and have been itching to try something along these lines. If I don't like them I'll sell them and throw the 575 cams back in.


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Re: T-Man cams
« Reply #5 on: Monday, January 04, 2010. 03:36:26 PM. »
I run the TR-590 in a RevPerf stage 2 107".  I like it and would make the same choice again.

Dyno sheet in the dyno section.

07FLHX 107", TR590, D&D, 109HP/112TQ
06FLSTN, 95", SE211, Cycle Shack 91HP/94TQ