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Old 04-21-2008, 09:40 AM
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Hey Pingman,
I don't think I sent it to him. I hit post instead of reply. Lucky for me huh![:-]
I did PM him about some head work so I will see what he says then.
I am just gettting to know you guys, and finding out whos who. I learn more every day. I never heard of Hillside before and I just found out about GMR. I guess thats why I'm here. To crawl out from under my rock and see whats out there! It is GREAT talking with you guys and keep an eye on me to see how many more times I put my foot in my mouth!!!!
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Old 04-21-2008, 12:35 PM
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I had R&R do them, 68 horse went to 118, 88 torque went to 122. The bike cooled down 30-40 degrees and revs much quicker.
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Old 04-21-2008, 03:17 PM
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I have to agree with the advice above, since it's always better to go cheap,take what you have and have it re-worked, rather than trying to find something that might be different, or better. What I mean is, you'llnever miss what you don't have, like a trophy wife, for example, or a bigger bank account.

(If you'll just lay down and conform, you'll be a lot happier.)
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Old 04-21-2008, 06:25 PM
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Craig,you can price out the Head-Quarters products here:

http://www.head-quarters-usa.com/customtwintype.html

They do a core exchange if you want to minimize your downtime--they pull heads and/or cylinders they have in stock--prepare them for your build--and ship them to you. You send your take-offs back to them and get a credit back on the core charge.

Call Doug or Kevin--the fastest way is to do the core exchange and it's a wash dollar-wise.
I agree with Carl on this one... Head-Quarters heads (& cams) have been very good for me too.
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Old 04-21-2008, 09:34 PM
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Ditto on the HQ stuff, their packages all work very well, as their components are specifically made to work together and produce consistent results.I am a very satisfied customer.

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Old 04-23-2008, 05:33 PM
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Ditto on the HQ stuff, their packages all work very well, as their components are specifically made to work together and produce consistent results.I am a very satisfied customer.

Dalton, have you posted a dyno chart on the "Touring Models" sticky for that motor? I'd like to have a look at it...Thanks.
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Old 04-23-2008, 09:49 PM
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Firetender,
I am tuning this myself using the DTT and it will take a bit of time yet to get it to optimum. I do have the A/F dialed in and now am starting to add timing. I had to build the original map as there was not one for a 120. I started rather conservative on the timing and am finding that in certain areas I have been able to add a considerable amount of advance.It will take a bit of time yet to get it exactly where I want it as i am shooting for a cross between performance and economy.

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Our Stage II Head will get you what your looking for.
885.00 with Crane springs, Black Diamond 1.900/1.630valves, Kibblewhite guides, ported, cc'd and surfaced.
Releases are extra.
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