And from the same thread, GRock:vtwinsurgeon said:I'd recommend the Andrews 26A first then the 37B. The 37B will need more compression to make it bark. The 26A will come on a lot earlier, (around 2000 rpm) and it doesn't require the hi compression, although more compression will give you more torque.
As far as the Craine cams go.....you can get more bark for the money with the two I listed...
Having seen the bagger friendly dyno on Dewey's site of a TW26G on a 95 with his basic Street Port, I'd like to see how the HTC-300-2 performs with a similar setup.GRock said:If you are leaving the heads, then the 26 is probably the way to go. However, be advised that on a twin cam, leaving the heads stock will not allow ANY cam to reach it's potential. Flowing the heads on your bike will open up another 10 to 12 HP and TQ. Especially on a 95". With head work, you can go to the Andrews 37B or G for Gear Drive, the Wood TW6 or the Crane 290 grind. Not a big change in performance with just the 26 and stock heads on a 95.
It is a stock 88 with SE air cleaner, Dyno slide and rejetted CV carb and White Brothers E series slipon mufflers. The only change was the cams when I went for the Crane to the Andrews 26G. I did it soully to get rid of the chains but was suprised at the increase in performance. Maybe my carb tune just liked the Andrews cams better. :hmmm:genoway,
LittleBear, was your EG 88 or 95 when you tried the Crane?