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I have run higher lift cams in my 97 incher. I've run a .600 and a few different .585 lifts. After much trail and error the VT-3030 has turned out to be the best suited for what I want. It provides good all around performance, good milage, and it's. dead quiet. I haven't really found anything else with the same specs and I like the VT cams because of their gentle grinds which seem to keep valve train noise to a minimum. I'm not totaly sold on the higher ratio rockers either but don't have any real world experience with them to judge by.
Gryphon-Thanks for the info on the 3030. It got me to thinking about your original question about using higher (1.725) rocker arms.As my bike has 2.93 gearing, wouldn't it be better to go with a 3000, (which has a both low overlap value (20), and also an early intake closing (34), to provide great low-end power), and increase the .500" lift by going with the 1.725" rocker arms vs. stock at 1.625" - to benefit from the ported heads?
Brian,LOL STILL trying to seperate yourself from that cam...... : Regards,"Classic"
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