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Offline hrdtail78

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Cam help on 110 cvo
« on: Wednesday, December 15, 2010. 08:11:36 AM. »
Looking for help on cam selection on a 2010 CVO streetglide.  Has the 110 cuin and TH2-1-2 full system.  Also has a procharger.

Looking at the Tman 662 and a couple of woods cams.  Any input would be great.  Going to do some vavle and port work to the heads.
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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday, December 15, 2010. 08:34:48 AM. »
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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday, December 15, 2010. 01:38:15 PM. »
Got a jims 120 here that has a Woods 9f and a pro charger so will let you know what that makes, just getting the air fliter housing bolted up and it will be on the dyno today.. 

T man 662-2 looks great as well

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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday, December 15, 2010. 03:39:12 PM. »
The stock valvesprings on the CVO 110 heads are rated for .589 maximum lift, if that helps any.

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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday, December 15, 2010. 04:11:55 PM. »
The 110 springs can go beyond that. The problem becomes the geometry.

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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday, December 15, 2010. 04:52:36 PM. »
Looks like the MoCo says .596 lift on the retrofit heads, and 2009+ units should be the same...like Don says, also geometry related issues:

http://www.box.net/shared/4909dsrsyl


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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #6 on: Wednesday, December 15, 2010. 06:22:13 PM. »
Simulator says:   If you are after peak power numbers, (180-200 HP range), then have the heads ported, tighten the quench slightly, and add a Woods 8. Set it up at 9.5 static, get a really good clutch and stock in whatever brand of tires you prefer.

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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #7 on: Thursday, December 16, 2010. 11:56:32 AM. »
 :agree: :agree:
That will work well

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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #8 on: Thursday, December 16, 2010. 12:09:40 PM. »
well this 120 9.7.1 static with a 9f is pushing 12 psi and is making right at 178-180  based on intercooler temps.. Based on this engine I would say that the tw8 is not going to get you any where near that.  Needs more duration , and a better split favoring the ex side.  customer wants to pull the cam
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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #9 on: Thursday, December 16, 2010. 12:24:47 PM. »
Steve,
Do you have tyhe 285 pully.  If so when does it start making boost.  This has the 295 pully.  We are going with the smaller.  Yep, this customer is chasing numbers.  I would like to make it rideable.

Woods recommended the 408-6, but I think that would be worse than the 9F.  Maybe the TW9-6

The 110 springs can go beyond that. The problem becomes the geometry.

So these heads wont do 600+ without correcting that?
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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #10 on: Thursday, December 16, 2010. 12:26:52 PM. »
2.65 pulley  :wink: we might even go to the 2.55 , BTW bike in on 100 octane fuel.. Just goes to show that some times the numbers dont always tell the entire story.

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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #11 on: Thursday, December 16, 2010. 01:03:54 PM. »
So these heads wont do 600+ without correcting that?
Sure but you can call me and I will tell you more.
About the cams
You may find a wide LSA most desireable because of the side benefit of LOWER OVERLAP. Less overlap means MORE BOOST from less pump drive speed and less reversion.
Ya know the SE266 doesn't look half bad and that would be available on Ebay for a song.

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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #12 on: Thursday, December 16, 2010. 01:36:18 PM. »
Don

I am looking hard at the 266E cam , you are correct it does look good.

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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #13 on: Friday, December 17, 2010. 07:03:56 AM. »
Don if you find a set please post  the link I searched and not a one for sale.

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Re: Cam help on 110 cvo
« Reply #14 on: Friday, December 17, 2010. 01:23:34 PM. »
Steve I got a brand new SE 266 here. well it is Eric's my customers. pulled it out of the 120r. I would think he would be willing to part with it .
maybe he will see this and respond. if not I will ask him
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