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My '09 UC has 105k on it. Runs well as it has never been run extreme, except for some long touring days, i.e. 600+ miles. And of course some high heat running here in Norcal. Bike replacement is not in the cards. Would a cam swap at this stage be ill advised? Looking for improved torque and power at highway speeds. Bike is stage I with FP3 tuner. Replaced over the years: alternator, compensator, clutch, starter, throttle body, fuel pump.

Of course you ask why now? Well I am the last TC96 in the group I ride with, almost the last TC. And it would be nice to not have to downshift to keep up with the highway roll-ons. And I believe changing the cam is something I can do.

Learned opinions/thoughts?

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Bob

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