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hi all, ive fou8nd a Harley tuner here in UK.

a 1275 bore Andrews cams and headwork
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Doesnt sound too bad,
$2600.00 US
I would like to see the estimate,there is a lot of parts involved that get forgotten !
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TRY this, Fast Lane Head Work, UK
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Your 05 would need an aftermarket ignition module for instance. A big bore kit wouldnt last long running stock timing.
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Fast Lane get good reviews and they always come across similar to Hammer for being helpful.

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Yesive looked at them and they get good reviews
Im not sure yet of having it done ,because have to get bike to him
ITSall Anmd brokje in dyno jetted would think he would sort ig nation
,i would have to have a new clutch any way ,
just giving a lot of thought
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"Headwork" is pretty vague.
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Head work is gas flowed ported and bigger valves ,
no good putting stock valves ,with a bigger camshaft
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Ive actually worked on a copup[le 650 Triumphs i used to own
the camshafts were quite famous E3134,ANDthey did make a difference used a bigger carb as well
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Alex (FastLane) did mine,
Came in about £2600 with clutch and N4 cams,bigger valves with standard springs,EnergyOne Clutch and Dyno’d

You will need an aftermarket ignition, plus the cooler spark plugs, for some reason Alex did not fit them. 2 grades cooler, same as XR1200.

California Phil’s does the Daytona Twin Tec TC88A ignition for $275 USD.
I am ordering stuff from him this month..
I’ve PM’d you. You’d save on postage etc if it got packed up with my stuff from him
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For spark plugs the NGK DCPR8E or the Iridium DCPR8EIX will be perfect
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