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    Well this thread could use some excitement.

    Guess what I've been up to??

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    Something to do with timing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johntoad57 View Post
    Something to do with timing?
    Everything inside the cam chest is brand new. New cams, lifters, pushrods, chains, gears, chain tighteners etc.

    Here's the new cams specs"

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    Looks great. Does the new cam chest set up eliminate the cam chain tensioner problem from the early 2000s? I've looked at some early 2000s twin cams which seemed like good deals and nice bikes but have backed off due to all the internet warnings about the chain tensioners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Portsecurity View Post
    Looks great. Does the new cam chest set up eliminate the cam chain tensioner problem from the early 2000s? I've looked at some early 2000s twin cams which seemed like good deals and nice bikes but have backed off due to all the internet warnings about the chain tensioners.
    Yup! The S&S tensioners take care of all of the slack. Harley redid the originals and they are also fine --I believe.
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    Nice upgrade. A lil more zip in your rip..
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    While I don't have a recording of it before, it was kind of a sewing machine, not much lope. BUT NOW???
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    Heís got a 2013 model. Cam chain tensioners weíre not an issue after 2010. But the earlier models had some wear issues and pieces coming off but if itís still running lately then someone already fixed them. Most have installed cams so itís ok. Its aneasy fix. A long afternoon and itís done. What Roy done in there was just got a little giddy up to his horse

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johntoad57 View Post
    Something to do with timing?
    Yep, the time from point A to point B got shorter..
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    Never been into a Harley except a clutch on an XR750.
    What's with those push rods? Look crimped on one end?
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