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    5225 SOUTH MAIN ST., MUNNSVILLE, N.Y. 13409
    Sales/Support 315-495-6650
    Walk-in Retail Showroom
    Complete H-D Machine Shop
    Case & cylinder boring
    Complete Cylinder Head Shop
    High-Performance Engine Kits
    Crank Rebuilding
    Direct Link & PowerVision Tuning
    Goodson HD Tooling Manufacturer
    Maxton Mile World Record
    4500 sq ft. facility

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  • Last Activity: Today 12:41 PM
  • Join Date: 12-12-2007
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  1. Dozer40
    05-25-2018 05:39 PM
    Hey Scott! My nephew has a 2015 Road King with two/one pipes and TTS and is ready to swap out the stock cams. Stock compression. You're an Andrews guy aren't you. I'm trying to steer away from the woods cams. Thank you...
  2. cbaker1@farmersagent.com
    01-06-2016 05:21 PM
    looking to get a 107 big bore kit for my 2010 ultra classic. i am leaning towards not installing the adjustable push rods (stock push rods will not ever go out of adjustment) the cam being used will be a woods 555. will not be doing any head work at this time. can the stock push rods work in this application? i just don't like the idea of adjustable. once all assembled i will not be going with a different cam. thoughts?
  3. Dozer40
    09-26-2015 12:28 PM
    Scott..I got my bike back yesterday. I went ahead and had Harley do a rebuild with the new 110 in kit. I'm still a little nervous about their wrenches over there but it's running good and I did some V tuning yesterday. I'll do more tuning on Monday but I won't do any WOT until I'm comfy with break in. It actually came in $500 dollars under the quote! With a one year warranty!
  4. Dozer40
    08-23-2015 12:47 PM
    The warranty adjuster saw the woods cams and voided my warranty. The dealer did what they could by hiding my heads and making it look stock but he wanted to see the cams. What do cams have to do with connecting rod bearings? Typical insurance company BS I guess. Always looking for a way not to pay.
  5. Dozer40
    08-20-2015 11:42 PM
    They just said my flywheel was toast due to rod bearing failure. it was making noise for awhile and I thought it was coming from the primary. They're still waiting on the warranty provider to say yay or nay and I've been working on wildfires since I dropped it off. Could get pricey if they shoot it down due to non HD components.
  6. Dozer40
    08-16-2015 09:01 PM
    Hey Scott, After a 4000 mile trip to Sturgis my bike failed on me 60 miles from home and had to be towed. HD tore into it and said my flywheel was toast due to rod failure and the warranty adjuster has to come and look at it. It's a 2012 FLHX with Mackie heads with forged oversize pistons and Woods 555 cams with about 11 K on the build. Any thoughts. Thanks in advance.
  7. Dozer40
    07-09-2014 12:06 PM
    Hey Scott. I took my scooter to Bob at RC cycles and he had it tuned in less than two hours! 113 lbs of usable Torque all the way across the board with 106 HP! He gives his regards.

    I told him the last time I had a custom tune it took five hours and his response basically was, if it takes him that long with TTS to build a tune he's in the wrong line of work! He's a character!

    Thanks for your input.
    Cheers from California!
  8. 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.
  9. 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
  10. 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.

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