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My '01 FXDWG TC 88, carbed, and has a stage 1 (V&H Bighsots, SE A/C, jetted). I'm going to fix the cam chain tensioners. While I'm in there I'll replace the inner cam bearings with full compliment Torrington B 148's. Will I gain anything by going to a set of SE 203's while I'm in there? I can pick up a set for $75.

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I have a set in mine, thought it made a big diff
 

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Those are good cams, Dave. As long as your in there upgrading, might as well install an '07 oil pump. Higher oil pressure, better scavanging, less blow by. Just sayin.
 

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Thanks for the replies!
Now let's say I want to go to a gear driven set up and sh1t can the chains altogether. What would be a good cam to go to that would bump up the low end without going crazy ( staying with stock heads, valves, springs, etc). Is there something like and SE 203 but gear driven? Please excuse my ignorance... I bow to the masters...

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With a light bike like you have you could easily go SE 211 or SE251, so when you go 95, your done.
 

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Thanks for the replies!
Now let's say I want to go to a gear driven set up and sh1t can the chains altogether. What would be a good cam to go to that would bump up the low end without going crazy ( staying with stock heads, valves, springs, etc). Is there something like and SE 203 but gear driven? Please excuse my ignorance... I bow to the masters...

Thanks, Dave
If you go gear drive the se line up is out. They don't make gear drive cams.
Andrews 37G .hard to beat a 37.
 
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