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  1. FastBagger07
    02-05-2014 11:00 AM
    Scott I see you and the Golden Boy are going at it.You know I'm starting to like you a little bit.LOL Actually I think he's using Delkron heads.
  2. homiegfunk53
    07-28-2013 11:39 AM
    I'm rebuilding my fathers 1992 Heritage Classic 1340 Evo which sat dry of oil for 3-4 years. I'm putting an Andrews EV 27 cam along new bushings, etc and replaced that plastic crap with a machined breather gear, a Torrington cam, Crane adj. pushrods and tappet roller wheels, SE intake and exhaust, stock cv carb jetted with a Boyesen twin shot (check them out), new clutch plates and a new compensator sprocket cover, along with every seal, bushing and o-ring I could get at. The jugs are being professionally bored .030 over and will be filled with Keith Black .030 over std. pistons with 9.5:1 compression ratio. These higher compression pistons have a semi domed design. Stock pistons are 8.1 flat tops. I spoke with Dennis Kirk whom I purchased the pistons and they said I shouldn't have any problems with the pistons hitting. I was going to use .030 head gaskets with the heads which are mainly stock other than a minor polish job and cleaned up valves and ports. In your opinion will I be ok with the piston clearance? I'm doing this job on a little by little type budget as money is tight, but is there any other info or advice you can give me on a proper build? I'm not looking to break any records I just want some get up and go and a good running bike. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thank, Glenn
  3. txphatboy
    02-24-2013 01:18 PM
    What is upper end of compression ratio range for TW6g cams on a 95"? At what CR doe detonation become a big issue? My heads are decked .020" and want to use .030" gaskets - are 10.25:1 forged flat top pistons too much? I will be getting a quality tune after. Thanks.
  4. terryrh
    07-10-2011 04:01 PM
    Hey Scott, how long does it usually take to port a set of stock 96" heads?
  5. dmac08train
    05-18-2011 08:47 PM
    Hey I have a question for yah. I'm kinda in a bad situation here. I went to take off my exhaust and on the back cylinder both of the studs snapped. The one I can thread a flat nut on about half a thread and the other is pretty close to flush with the head. Some guys told me on forums to try using aerokroil and weld a nut on the stud and fill the middle of it. The heat might break it loose. Do you think that will work or not. It's an 08 night train. If.you could private message me with some suggestions or something thanks. Derrick
  6. cruisinmann
    10-20-2010 07:26 AM
    Hey Scott hope your doing well .It Joe from pa. you did a 98 build for me and my brother back in the spring. Bike is running great, back then you and Joe said a fatcat would really make a difference in that build. Well I have been thinking about it. Question is if I go with the fatcat would I also benifit with going to a larger throttle body and if so would my dogherty a/c need to be bored to match?

    I'm running 113tq and 115hp decent dip at 3k besides smoothing dip do you think there would be much to gain for money spent
    Thanks Joe
  7. 97hawg
    08-14-2010 08:59 PM
    Hey scott... it's rick up here in Ontario... we talked on the phone the other morn about Axtell cyls for my evo... I had to go,I was on my cell and the battery was low...

    Did you ever get ahold of Axtell? I emailed and it was returned as failed? MAybe they are done?

    I sent my junk back to rev perf... but everything takes so long to ship cheaply... and this is round two...

    Starting to think I should have just bought an S&S package or something...

    Let me know... maybe they would ship direct to me?

    rick... [email protected]
  8. Pauly200
    08-10-2010 10:22 PM
    Hey scott!! Winter is coming almost time to bolt another cyl. On the road glide!!
  9. cthecope
    03-30-2010 02:17 PM
    just sent you a freind message...will you be my freind???...lol
  10. cthecope
    03-04-2010 11:35 PM
    scott i cant send a pm yet...you did say that my stk evo cases can be bored to 96" with no problems...you know im lookn foward to that,how did the powdercoat stuff look


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