She's a beauty, Doc. But with compression at 105:1, what the hell kind of gas you using in that thing?!?!?HDMD88 said:
Jerry your heads are a little diffrent...so the out come will be a little diffrent also. This build had a set of modified heads and rockers by Baisley at a cost of close to $1800.00.jerry34208 said:Well now, That's sompin to look forward to. He He He~!Aw:wootdnc: esome!
I was just giving you a hard time about your mis-type of 105:1.HDMD88 said:SNAPS
Pump gas is okay for 10.5 compression...I run a lot of builds at 10.8 with no problems, remember it's the state of the tune that makes it work or not work.
Very impressed! The Baisley set geometry corrected? That should be a fun and trouble free ride for many miles.HDMD88 said:
Hey man, quit teasing me! He he he, I figured that would get a response from you. I did see that he has the Baisley heads. No worries Doc, I know that you will ferret out any ponies that would elude a lesser man.HDMD88 said:Jerry your heads are a little different...so the out come will be a little diffrent also. This build had a set of modified heads and rockers by Baisley at a cost of close to $1800.00.
He sure oughtta be happy as a pig in siht!Hillsidecycle.com said:I'll bet the owner is happy with that one!
Two questions:HDMD88 said:
Question #1...set up the valve springs at 175 to 180 lbs for the TW6HBaggerDad said:Two questions:
1. Can Crane 155# springs be used with TW6HG or should heavier springs be used.
2. Does the cam chest have to be clearanced to fit the TW6HGs?
This would be for a 2002 Road King.