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Old 09-06-2010, 09:59 PM
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I have been looking around for a great cam and priced affordable. I have family use Andrews Cams and were very happy with the results that they produced. I been looking and been looking at the 37H cams. I was wondering if anyone has any experince with these cams and did they use the crankshaft sprocket with +4 or -4 degrees timing change.
Any input is good about any other cams also
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Old 09-08-2010, 12:32 AM
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I have 31's in my motor which are the same cam with all the timing events rolled a little later....I think the 37's are great for 95" or 96" motors, and the 31's are better for 103's....Here is a link to a shop that uses nothing but 31's, 37's, and 50's in ALL their street motors...

http://www.johnsonenginetechnology.com/index.html
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I got to looking and seen that andrews has a advancement sprocket that you increase or decrease timing +4 degrees or -4 degrees. what would the effects of using the sprocket do for me?
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Give Andrews customer support a call. They will answer any of your questions. Very friendly
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I had Andrews 26H cams in my 07 with a 96" and it ran great..Lots of pull and down in the RPM range where a bagger needs it.

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I got to looking and seen that andrews has a advancement sprocket that you increase or decrease timing +4 degrees or -4 degrees. what would the effects of using the sprocket do for me?
+4 degrees brings on the power a little earlier
-4 degrees brings on the power a little later
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Great bagger cam.....lots of pull call them great people.
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Old 09-16-2010, 09:13 AM
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the one other thing i was looking to do was to port and polish the heads amd didn't know if this cam would be alright to do this with. i have been doing a lot of searching and just wanting to get the best bang for the buck with out having to do and bore kits. i know once you start you can't stop so i geuss i am also looking down the road too. thanks everyone for you inputs and info you have
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The Andrews 37 cam was popular with the twin cam 88 engines. The combination recipe by a lot of tuners a few years back was to use it in a 95 cubic in engine(bored out), mill the heads to get around 9.8 to 1 compression (max), and clean up the heads (street port ). I have installed thiis on my bike in 2004. I have not seen or heard this cam being used for the TC96 engines, maybe because it lost its poularity and there are newer cams that came out since.

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