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After reading a few posts and several dozens e-mails on cams prices. And some where about a few discountware house's that where offering a great price on cam kits. Some of the e-mails where about the poor customer service, and problems with the parts,..soooooo

I decide to try something, as a few know I offer tech help with the parts from helping "you" decide what the correct cam should be up to walking you through the install if so needed. I am offering a few specials.

ANY andrews cam package Cam, gear drive, and install kit for $550.00 plus shipping.

$75 off retail pricing on all Revolution cylinder kits ( SO pricing on the 98 inch kit is 900)

I plan on trying to make a difference as I do not like to hear that people are spending hard earned money then when they need help they get " put on hold for ever"

These prices will hold for the month of Dec.

Well that is all I needed to say have a great night everyone and God Bless
 

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Thanks a lot, Man!

I'll definatly order some 37Gs from you in the near future.

Just to make sure though, the kit includes everything needed right?

Thanks again and Merry Christmas!
 

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What kind of price on the 37Bs with the install kit?
 

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IronButt
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The kit includes the cam complete gear drive with inner and outer gears, and the install kit which contains the inner and out bearings, and the cam cover gasket. Tool rental is 50 dollars if you need the tools.

Have a great night all
 

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looks like a good deal you have going there. may be interested if only I knew which was the best for my planned build.

was thinking in terms of the andrews 37G or the S&S 510G can you advise on the best one for my build which is 2003 wide glide.I intend to up the engine size to 95 with se flat top pistons and stock heads. I want low to mid range umph if you know what I mean:) any input or advice would be appreciated.
 

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Either one will work fine. I am having the sale on the andrews cams only though. For a andrews cam the 26 and the 37 would wotk it would depend on your riding style, both will give you gains. The 26 will make a bit more tq than the 37 until 3000 rpm where the 37 then will make more than the 26.

For a wide glide and mostly one up riding the 37 will work well and if you decide to do head work only work that much better. Give me a call if you have any more questions.
 

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ME three, on the shipping?

Or how about you just pack a very large suitcase and take a round the world holiday building engines as you go? :) London to Bahrain is only 1 flight, short hop to Dubai, Emirates flies direct to Perth W.A. daily, anybody else further on to help him get home? :)
 

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Me FOUR

Yer, well from Perth WA he would be graciously welcomed at Hobart TAS. Working up the state in Tassie then onto the Spirit Of Tasmania for Direct shot to either SYDNEY or MELBOURNE.

Shipping, man what a pain for us NON North American Continent residents. I sure hope its in consideration for any interested parties for this generous deal. I gotta go rattle me pig bank, now.

Cheers!
 

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Morning


I do ship overseas I use only UPS ( they get it there and fast) shipping cost is inthe 200 range most times. What ever ups charges me I pass on. Import taxes are on you as well. I DO NOT SEND GIFTS so don't ask. If this works great e-mail me and we can ship parts. Thank you
 

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Good Price, Great Service

Placed an order with HDWRENCH on Monday, shipped Tuesday. Decided on the 37G package after discussion of current build, riding style, performance expectations, etc. WRENCH knows his stuff and isn't afraid to pass along some of his knowledge to those like me who are 'challenged' in that area.

Highly recommended!
 

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I ordered the 98 kit, 37g cam kit and sent my heads to him for some work. The shipping of the the 98 kit and cams was lightning fast and the turn around time on the heads was amazing. Now I just need to get the bike back together. Things got really cold here after I tore it down and I need to find a good way to heat my garage so I can finish it up.
 

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HDWRENCH said:
After reading a few posts and several dozens e-mails on cams prices. And some where about a few discountware house's that where offering a great price on cam kits. Some of the e-mails where about the poor customer service, and problems with the parts,..soooooo

I decide to try something, as a few know I offer tech help with the parts from helping "you" decide what the correct cam should be up to walking you through the install if so needed. I am offering a few specials.

ANY andrews cam package Cam, gear drive, and install kit for $550.00 plus shipping.

$75 off retail pricing on all Revolution cylinder kits ( SO pricing on the 98 inch kit is 900)

I plan on trying to make a difference as I do not like to hear that people are spending hard earned money then when they need help they get " put on hold for ever"

Well that is all I needed to say have a great night everyone and God Bless

HDWRENCH,
How long do we have to order at these prices?
 

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HDWRENCH said:
The 26 will make a bit more tq than the 37 until 3000 rpm where the 37 then will make more than the 26.
Steve,

Could you describe how torque curves of the cams differ below 3000 rpm? Do they rise about the same? Is the difference in numbers low?

I know there are dyno sheets of both cams, but what I am looking for is essentially the same bike, environmental conditions, etc. with ONLY the cams different.

Thanks,
 

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They rise at approx the same rate the 26 will start to build a bit faster and by the 3000 range the 37 just builds at a faster rate. Hard question as there are so many things that can effect it. Depending on the items done to the bike and the bike itself , type of riding and so on go into what one I would select. The 26 is a nice cam for a bagger with little done to it, and two up riding, the 98 kit and a 37 will hit hard down low and keep pulling like a freight train. I have done a few new 06 baggers here in hte last couple of months and the owners are very pleased with the new power as well as 2 have reported a increase in fuel milage. The increase from both was 5 for one and 3-4 for the other. I do not know what it was before mods. Only that they where happy to have the huge power and get better milage.

Sale runs through end of month
 
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