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Been reading a lot of posts on the new touring bikes. According to Harley the compression has been increased a bit and there is a new slightly higher lift ,longer duration cam in the new motors. Has anyone seen the specs on this cam , either in a new SE brochure under stock cam comparison or from some technical information posted somewhere in regards to actual numbers , lift , overlap etc for this particular improvement. Thanks.
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I was a the dealer this week and the said that they have not gotten any literature on the new bikes at all yet.
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here is more information on the cam timing difference between 2013 and 2014 models.
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here is more information on the cam timing difference between 2013 and 2014 models.

Interesting chart, thanks. Where did you find this on the web , looking to see how much lift has changed whether it is above .550 like the 255 cam .
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Interesting chart, thanks. Where did you find this on the web , looking to see how much lift has changed whether it is above .550 like the 255 cam .

There are some written information next to the chart in the above image. There is much more technical information in a slide presentation that one of the forum member posted. I believe that has since taken down being that it was copyright material.
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[QUOTE=psuchit;11684040]There are some written information next to the chart in the above image. There is much more technical information in a slide presentation that one of the forum member posted. I believe that has since taken down being that it was copyright material.[/

I did see that , thanks , the lift info is not there , will continue digging for it . sometimes getting info for Harley is like looking for a needle in a haystack.
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The information on the left margin indicates that the 2014 profile is like the SE 255 profile and contributes to the increased torque output in the 2014 models.
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The information on the left margin indicates that the 2014 profile is like the SE 255 profile and contributes to the increased torque output in the 2014 models.
I can see all that , thanks, obviously it contributes to torque values, it tells me that also. What I was specifically looking for is a no. indicating the LIFT . Do you by any chance have any info regarding that particular spec.
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Very interesting cam info, after riding a 14 Street Glide I knew there had to be something besides a .1 increase in compression and air box. The bike pulled well in all gears with no flat spots and corked exhaust. Will probably wait for 15 when the new Road Glide comes out, not quite 40,000 on my 2011 Road Glide Ultra.
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