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i have a 2009 flhx 96 with vh fuel pack thunderheader and se air cleaner looking to put in cams andrews 48h or 57h can someone give me pros and cons of each. :
 

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For a plug/play application, the intake closing of the 48 would be the one for you touring machine.
Much more low-mid power than the 57.
Expect at/near 90 hp, and 100 ft/lbs if tuned.
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For a 96 inch the 48 is a great cam. Cam has proven to produce a very nice increase in overall power without any cam noise. The 57 is a cam better suited for a engine a bit larger than the 96 with a bit of increase in compression.

The biggest issue I see with you installing a new cam is the type of tuner you have. I know that many guys like that fuelpack.. But if you look to uncover all the power the cam swap has to offer then it would be best to install a better tuner in the process. Good Luck.. BTW what part of AR ??
 

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Ya can't go wrong with that advice

thanks andrews said to use the 48h so that what im going with.
You'll never go wrong asking the tech gurus at the cam manufacturers 'what cam for my bike'. From my experience, they're
always pretty damn good at hitting the nail on the head.
 
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