I have to concur, Nallin's head work looked like artwork when my heads came back, the service was fantastic and the power I'm making speaks volumes for the combo.:ride
also need to include the fact that for the 88" conversion, there is block maching needed, and to really take advantage, new crank would be spiffy.New Stage 3 heads from Nallin Racing will eat up most of that $1600..... not sure what your budget is, but the setup Im talking about is closer to double that.
I'd like to hear how your bike does with your new upgrades. I often toy with the idea of making a sleeper Sporty. :nodI'm just getting my 89" S&S on the run for a little drag racing. It is all S&S internals, carb and heads. The cams are N9s. It has the pop up pistons to match the heads. The heads were ported at Eyecandy. So far so good! It has romped a stage one V-rod or anything else under 110" that I have tried it against on the strip. It used to run mid 12s @ 106mph as a 1200. I won't know till the middle of Aug. what it does as a 1460. I would like to try the Axtel set up, I've heard it is pretty good. Check out eyecandycustoms.ca for some pics. The videos are old ones as a 1200. Don't bother trying to keep the front wheel down, just keep shifting. Sam.