My plan (agreement) with Nev was that the first intake cam he made made for me would be of sufficient lift and duration for the supercharger, which coincidentally was also correct for the ram air. So with the ram air I ran a max lift/duration intake cam (for stock valves and pistons) in conjunction with Nev's mild exhaust cam.
FA induction can run much longer duration exhaust, so this one is max lift/duration that can still be used without fly cut pistons. It still uses the stock shims, but LOBE CENTER MUST BE DIALED, as the clearances are much tighter. Should put me somwhere over 270 RWHP, hopefully without losing much low end. The torque band is flat and sweet right now, so if I lose too much low end, I'll go back to the mild exhaust cam. Contrary to rumour, I'm really not building a drag only bike.
At $525 AUD per cam, it was nice of Nev to save me some money... but I won't really have a "set" for sale.
How refreshing to be on a technical thread. Any other thread and my post about a tight Series II would have elicited an off color comment............
soooo working on that comment for ya flip
"Least I now know what a 'bump stick' is."
funny that's what we called our pr24's.
thanks for the info hombre... myself i want this to rip my arms off below 4k. to much **** traffic to really ever get into the 5k and up area. dont you have a trip to estonia coming up soon. had a organic chem professor from there. claimed she helped develop nylon.
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