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Old 09-25-2012, 11:47 AM
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The cam itch is overwhelming me! At this point, I have narrowed it down to two choices- the TW222 from fuel moto, or the SE255.

I know these are low to mid range torque cams, and that's what I want. I have no interest in top end HP that won't fit my riding style. Anybody run these cams on a dyna? Any opinions?

My bike is a roadqueen, I mean switchback, with the 103.
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Jamie Fuelmoto is currently testing 222, you should check their web.
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I did check his site, that's why I said "the TW222 from fuel moto". He has three different dynos from the 222, on three different bikes. I like what I see, but I can't ride a dyno. I am hoping somebody has ran these and can give me some feedback.
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These cams are fairly new, have to wait a bit for user feedback I guess.
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I guess so. I am leaning heavily towards the 222.
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I found the 222 while I have ordered the 555
Too late!
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This guy on youtube says the SE 255 cams are installed on his FatBob.

I realize this is hardly the answer you were looking for, but it's a cool sound.
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That does sound good. I wonder what exhaust was on there.
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This is what he posted ...


I purchased the bike new about 6 weeks ago, I had the dealer install Stage 1 and 2 consiting of the following parts; 1) SE Heavy Breather, 2) V&H Big Radius 2-2, 3) SE supertuner pro, 4) SE255 cams. (went back to dealer for a full dyno tune after 750 initial miles).
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just had the SE255 install, I have sideshots QQ BCT baffles (set at the end of the pipe not 6" in as directed) and PM AC, 1/2 tuned with TTS (still have to some tuning runs to finish it off).

After some major hicups after the install (mainly me having no idea of the curve and how to ride it (thought it was a turd but I was sitting in the flat spot in every gear)

Like i said I have it half tuned and it pulls 150-160kph in 3rd, I had it up to 175 in 4th and then back off (was only wearing a T shirt) a few more tunes and it will be fine. I would recommend it I have no idea about the 222 though.
PS no more flat spot either, I also know people post they drop off but the only time I feel this is first and second and any cam is going to hit the wall in those two gears at some point.
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