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Old 04-11-2010, 02:34 PM
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I'm going to do some engine mods to my Heritage and have heard a lot of good stuff about both a Harley big bore kit with 203 cams, and the S&S 96" big bore kit. Has anyone dealt with either? I know I'll be using a pcIII, and new thunderheader exhaust. Was wondering which way to go?
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Old 04-11-2010, 02:38 PM
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I did a Head Quarters HQ95st complete kit on mine and couldn't be happier. Might check them out.
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Out of the two choices listed the S&S is a better kit. there is nothing wrong with the Harley kit, S&S is just a better choice IMO.
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Go with T-man:

http://www.tmanperformance.com/kits.htm
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I like the hd kit my self... but im kind of new to all this ...
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Old 04-11-2010, 04:58 PM
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I sent my cylinders out to be bored out and my heads worked instead of buying any of the kits. Price was right and the performance very good. However, I would agree with the HQ95st vs. HD or S&S if you want the kit.
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Dan Vance has some cool stuff. Give it a look see. He has several different kits.

http://www.danvanceracing.com/id83.html
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I just had mine done with the big bore kit. Big difference - even if I haven't had it opened up yet (just breaking it in).
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