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With that comp. in mind,the 662-2 could be another option.
might be a long post..sorry.I am not afraid to rev my motors and usually like to 'think outside the box' or the norm when spec'ing a build. I am putting together a 4 3/8" stroke 117 with compression between 11 and 11.4 depending on the sticks I end up with. the build will consist of:worked Delkron heads 2.02"int 1.615"exhDTT ignition and a V&H stepped comp pipe...maybeR&R 4 3/8 crankWiseco pistons (dome cc to be determined)I was looking at S&S 640G's with a 4* advance, but unsure.I hate to jump on a bandwagon but the TW-9f's look really good as do the TR650g's. The late intake closing of the 640's are what is worrying me. I would like to come in around 200ccp minimum. i ride about 15,000 miles a summer and pull a trailer twice a year with my current motor.The Leineweber T7's might be an option, but I feel I am leaving too much on the table if i dont step up the camshaft's lift to take advantage of the heads( It's an addiction)I would really like to hear any opinions and first hand experience with the above camshafts.Once the camshaft is settled on the pipe debate will happen. Either my current V&H comp stepped pipe or a RB prostock spyder with 2" primaries....Thank you in advance guys
Hey 7, what's your reason for the 662's? personal experience? any info you have I want
just for giggles,might want to take a look at the Wild Things 546 cam. I had one in a 117. It was very quite for a .630 lift cam and made good power.
Now I came across the Wood TW-9bg...hmmmmm. I will be calling Bob and calling Tman.
I'm gonna try the S&S 640's. I got a gut feeling the mid range will pull hard and all the way through. If they end up being too soft down low I will pull them and run Tman 662-2's
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