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Old 03-09-2010, 12:37 AM
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CYCLE-RAMA HIGH INTENSITY 575 CAMS

10-time Brute Horsepower Shoot-Out winner Cycle-Rama is proud to release its new High Intensity 575 cams. Designed especially for 2007 and later Twin Cam engines, although equally effective in earlier models, they utilize specially designed proprietary ramps to increase flow velocity and maximize cylinder fill. As a result, they intensify low and midrange performance with no compromise at high rpm. The High Intensity 575's are available in chain and gear-drive versions, and work their magic in stock engines as well as those with ported heads and displacement increases. Minimal valvetrain noise makes them an ideal choice for baggers as well as Dynas and Softails. For more information, contact CycleRama at 727-546-0889.
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CYCLE-RAMA HIGH INTENSITY 575 CAMS

10-time Brute Horsepower Shoot-Out winner Cycle-Rama is proud to release its new High Intensity 575 cams. Designed especially for 2007 and later Twin Cam engines, although equally effective in earlier models, they utilize specially designed proprietary ramps to increase flow velocity and maximize cylinder fill. As a result, they intensify low and midrange performance with no compromise at high rpm. The High Intensity 575's are available in chain and gear-drive versions, and work their magic in stock engines as well as those with ported heads and displacement increases. Minimal valvetrain noise makes them an ideal choice for baggers as well as Dynas and Softails. For more information, contact CycleRama at 727-546-0889.
I have these in my 2010 LTD.Love em.Quiet & loads of torq!Regards,Tom
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I live near their shop here in the St. Pete area and have been talking with them (Wes) about having them installed in my SG. I originally stopped in to talk about a 103 upgrade and he asked if I'd considered the 575 cam. So they said there getting really good feedback on these cams in the touring 96. I will be having them installed soon as the $ is available.
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I had the cycle-rama 575 cams installed this winter on a 2008 classic with SE backplate with k&N filter, rinehart slip ons, and a baker 31 tooth transmission pulley. Dyno tuned with a PC3. What a great improvement in TQ, heat and drivability. Cams are quiet unlike others I have heard. 82 hp & 95 ft lbs torque but it pulls like it's got even more. My last dresser was a Head quarters motor with close to 100 hp and 102 torque. Actually seat of the pants I feel like this one pulls at least as well with no headwork at all.
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2010 LTD/103:SE Heavy Breather,TTS tuned,CR 575 cams,CW True Duals & FatShots slip- ons w/18discs per muffler,EVO 49T 2piece basket,dyno tuned 09/08/10.Best running,sweetest bike I have owned & yes stock heads.Little over 91hp & 104tq.It makes 60hp & 104 tq at 3000 rpms.Regards,Tom PS: low speed manners & cams are more quiet than stock

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Have them on my 08 Street with the 103. Loud and proud.....She has to be ridden hard to get the true effect. None of this coming off the light like granny goodrich
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I found this on Revolution Performance web site.Regards,Tom ps:Wes Brown worked his stuff on not only doing the heads but by designing the cams....................
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I had the cycle-rama 575 cams installed this winter on a 2008 classic with SE backplate with k&N filter, rinehart slip ons, and a baker 31 tooth transmission pulley. Dyno tuned with a PC3. What a great improvement in TQ, heat and drivability. Cams are quiet unlike others I have heard. 82 hp & 95 ft lbs torque but it pulls like it's got even more. My last dresser was a Head quarters motor with close to 100 hp and 102 torque. Actually seat of the pants I feel like this one pulls at least as well with no headwork at all.
You have about what I am looking to do to mine. With the baker 31 tooth pulley, did you lose your cruise control?
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can these be ordered off the internet? How do you get ahold of them?
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www.cycle-rama.com 727-546-0889 7200 73rd St. N Pinellas Park, Fl. 33781
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can these be ordered off the internet? How do you get ahold of them?
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