The 257 cams can perform very well in a 95". I suspect your tuning more than anything. I prefer the SERT but someone familiar with the PCIII should be able to do much better. You stock heads could of been made to perform at least as good as the SE perf heads but I don't think that is where your problem is. I'd find a new tuner and go with what they suggest, SERT or PC.prophet said:I have a 06 Ultra with a 95" set-up; flat top pistons, SE performance heads, Kuryakyn Hi five breather, Rinehart true duals and the infamous the dealer-recommended SE257 cams. The PC 3USB was used to tune the EFI with the stage 2 flash. I shouldn't have listened to the "stealer". I went into the PC3 the other day cuz it seemed like like it could run better and noticed that he used the stock map for the 2002 touring bike set-up including the +4 ignition advances in the higer throttle% ranges.
Anyways, my Hp is 91 and my torque 90 ft/lbs. The bike was dyno tuned so these numbers aren't theoretical. The Torque is weak until about 3200 RPM's then the bike pulls ok when it hits the powerband and stays above 82 Ft/Lbs until 5400RPM's. At 65 mph even in 4th gear it's fairly weak although once I hit 3200 it'll pull through 100 mph and still have room in 4th, although it's not where most of us ride our dressers.
The 257 may be the cam for the 103" but I'm afraid it ain't the one for a 95".
Any suggestions to correct my cam faux paux would be appreciated.
(Once again, not to be irritating, but let's talk true dyno numbers not, "my bike is faster than Jim Bobs because I walk away from him at 60 mph or whatever.")
Here is an example of a 95" with 257's