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Are these (44G) for carbed motors only? Anyway, here's my intention for a
95" build. I ride one up and get out of the city ASAP. Looking for longivity and performance. Please set me on the right course if I'm wacked.

'04 RK Police EFI
V & H True duals w/ Hooker Flow tuned
PC UBS III
SE Air box
KB flat top pistons

Considering:

44G or 37G cams
9.9 CR
Scottman Heads
New cylinder & head bolts??

Thanks, Hogrrr
 

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I know a couple of guys that run the 44G in their Roadkings. They swear that the 44 is the best, most underrated cam in the Andrews lineup. These guys travel a lot, mostly 1 up, but two at times. Don't know about their heads or CR though.
 

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Look at the dyno charts on Deweys website, hard to come close with some other combinations.

The 44's are good cams, a little more on top then the 37's at a little cost on the bottom. The difference between these two cams isn't nearly as much as people think.
 

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I rode a friends bagger that had the 44's. It was suprisingly strong. Thinking back to that kinda has me second guessing the cams I'm about to install.:wacko:
 

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I have the 44gs, there in a 2000 Ultra,

95" HD flat tops
Heads SBC reworked by Hammer
BCG bored throttlebody
Feuling oil pump
Had Sampson True Dual head pipes and Kerker slipons. Will be changing that soon.
+4 woods key
95hp. and 101+ tq.

I like it!

Boris
 
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