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Old 10-16-2009, 12:52 PM
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I know we have had our fair share of CAM threads, so I thought I would throw mine out there. I know there are plenty of better/not better CAMS out there, but I chose the SE255 because of the giveaway price I got them for. Thanks to Phil, Iclick, UltraCla$$ic, and everyone else who has shared their CAMS stories. I read them all and learned a lot. So here are the facts;

2008 Ultra
SE A/C
V&H True Duals Basic Ovals, (Not Monster even though it says it on the sheet)
SE 255 CAMS
Tuned with a TTS Mastertune

76.55 HP
90.82 TQ

Just rode it home and the power is there when and if you need it.
Better over stock, but not a rocket, and I'm okay with that.
I am riding an Ultra and I don't need or want a sport bike.

However, I am getting pop on decel. I called them when I got home and they told me to bring it back and they will tweak it some more.

So please take a moment and review, criticize, bash, praise, hate, love.......my Dyno sheet. It's okay, I have no problem with you guys expressing yourself. Many of you know WAY more than I do that is why I want and need your input. Have at it!!

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As long YOU are happy, that's all that matters!

Congrats!
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Does the dyno sheet look okay to you Phil?
Yes, I'm happy now, but I know down the road I may contact you on how to make me REALLY happy!!
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You probably lost a little TQ with the True duals, but the trade off for moving the heat down low is worth it to you as the rider.

Since you're from Florida(Orlando area), did DOC tune it?

Just echoing Phil, as long as you're happy.

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I like the fact that you have 80 ft. lbs. torque or more from about 2300 RPM's to almost 5000 RPM's, that is a good spread for riding and passing.
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I wanted Doc to tune it but he said that he doesn't tune anymore, but that he trained the guys at Leesburg Harley on how to tune, so I had them do it.
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I wanted Doc to tune it but he said that he doesn't tune anymore, but that he trained the guys at Leesburg Harley on how to tune, so I had them do it.
Good deal!
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You don't mention the type of "tuner" you have.
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You don't mention the type of "tuner" you have.

His sig says:
2008 Ultra - 9.5" Clearview re-curved windshield
Just installed; Elite 3 tires, SE255 Cams, Stage 1.5, TTS,
V&H Tru Duals, Gloss Black Forks, Lyndal pads........
76.55 HP 90.82TQ

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Sorry, missed the TTS reference. My bad.
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