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Old 07-04-2016, 03:43 PM
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Anyone changed cams in a '14 and up 103?


If you have, what are you running and how do you like it?


I have done exhaust (Jackpot header and mufflers), intake (big sucker) and added a PV2. Next step is some mild cams later in the year if I can get away from work long enough.


I have read most of the cam threads but many of them are for '13 and back which may or may not really apply to the '14 with its different gearing and the 103 wet head.


Mostly what I'm looking for is a little more kick in the mid-range area and possibly a little better MPG when I'm running at interstate speeds in the 3000 to 3500 RPM range. I guess an overall touring cam.


Thoughts?


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Old 07-04-2016, 05:24 PM
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I put TMan 555 tqs in my wife's FW and she likes them a lot.
 
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TTS-100 is a great trike cam and works well with the wet head
 
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Pretty much any cam which worked in the previous model year Triglide's will work equally as well in the Rushmore engines. The gearing has been the same since the 2011 MY, only the 09 - 10 had the 32 tooth transmission sprocket. Another cam to throw into the mix is the TTS-150 would satisfy your desire for a little more mid range.
 
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Thanks guys, where do you get the TTS cams from? I have seen them discussed in the forums but never seen anything about where to order from.
 
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Got the TTS100's in my 14. They run fine, but not quite enough punch for me. I am looking into future mods that will bump up the torque to put me more into the 125 ft-lb range. But that's just me, as I really like torque monsters.
As for other cams, the GMR 577 looks interesting but comes on a bit later than the TTS100.
 
 
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