cool! That's similar to what I picked up with the 790 cams.
What floors me is that I not only picked up HP up top, but ft-lbs down low...totally contrary to what I expected on the torque curve at the low end.cool! That's similar to what I picked up with the 790 cams.
oh yeah, the 790 cams just work better. I could really tell a difference and it made the bike much more enjoyable to ride. Some people might scoff at 5hp, but that's almost 10% gain on a 60hp bike!What floors me is that I not only picked up HP up top, but ft-lbs down low...totally contrary to what I expected on the torque curve at the low end.
To say it has transformed the bike is an understatement...
She is. I'm not real anxious to fiddle any more with the motor for a bit and want to just enjoy her new personality for a time. Well, I may try a slimmer / no shim on the needle since I'm a bit rich in the midrange, but nothing else. I need to get her suspension tuned first, though, since I've added emulators up front & haven't gotten them quite where I want them yet...Nice one Rich, some good figures there. I bet she's a joy to ride.
No danger...there's 790 motors with over 100K miles on them that run these and plenty of folks have gone to them to wake up their 865s...Is there any long-term danger to the engine due to the 790 cams? Why are the new cams so weak? Emission regulations?
Sweat is planning on doing back to back runs using the 813 cams vs. the 790 cams he currently has in his motor. *That* will be some useful data...definately cool to see that the 790 cams are legit. just wondering how they compare to the TPUSA cams...
DO it!! Hey, sb... I hear you can get about 9hp (over stock) with the D&D 2 into 1 race setup. Man... you're gonna need wheely bars!i just spoke to carlos at TPUSA, and was told that i would gain 5hp at the rear wheel with the 813 cams, and another 5hp at the rear wheel with the FCR's. that's quite a jump in hp from the 64-65hp i get now. he told me that i just need to hold on with that set up because the front wheel will definately come off the ground!