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post #1 of 74 (permalink) Old 11-29-2018, 06:00 PM Thread Starter
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110 cam shaft selection

Looking for a cam with good power between 2500-6000 rpm any suggestions??
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In a 110 the cycle Rama 595 works quite well with the right compression
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Doesnt look too bad, Anybody no anything about the fueling reeper 574 in a 110 with 10.5 to 1 compression?
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Doesnt look too bad, Anybody no anything about the fueling reeper 574 in a 110 with 10.5 to 1 compression?
Built a 107 for my buddy using the 574 set at 10.5 with head work it ran very nice and quite. Then the crank went bad ruined the oil pump and cams
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What caused crank to go bad all the extra power or what? At what point is the Harley crank no good for extra power?
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The guy rides about as hard as anyone can. Probably contributed a lot to it. If you’re building 110 I would definitely check the run out on your crank and if not in spec either have your crank reworked by Darkhorse or replace with an S&S. FWIW you can probably throw the fueling 574 t man 590 cycle Rama 595 wood 8 all in a bucket shake it up and dump it out and get about the same results with all those cams set up properly. In my 110 I run the Wood tw8 set at 10.8 c/r with head work and it runs off at 134 hp and 125 tq
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Im 67 I don't beat it, but Im not against doing a burn out now and then. I want to be able to get to the front of the pack if needed, or wanted. Any detonation problems with yours? Will I have any trouble with hot restarts I have automatic compression releases in mine?
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No problems what so ever my best suggestion is whatever combo you decide on make sure and get it professionally tuned. Steve at GMR in Fort Worth did mine and did a wonderful job. He broke it in on the dyno and I flew in picked it up and rode about 2000 miles home and have not had any problems FWIW I used the Screamin Eagle drop on kit but nothing wrong with the S&S kit. I like the Wood TW8 bit it can be a bit noisy for some
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Gonna go with the 110 extreme duty from fuel moto. Looks like we are ordering parts today.
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