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will it press into my cases?? cases are from a 2000 1200 sporty...i want some more hp and less weight!
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No, it's very different on the sprocket shaft side.

Even if it would, it would result in less horsepower, not more, as you'd lose about 220cc of displacement.
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what would be a good crank to use?? other then stock HD?
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S&S makes some knife edged flywheels. Coupled with some Carrillo rods (much lighter than the S&S rods) that makes for a real nice crank.

Or you could put in a set of wheels from a 2000-2002 Buell. They're a pressed assembly like your stock ones but they're a little lighter. Don't know if they can still be bought, though.
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ok sweet thanks ill look at the s&s crank. also im lookin to run nitrous what compression ratio should i run?
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Small shots of nitrous - say up to 30hp - don't really require any special engine prep. I've run 30hp of nitrous with 14:1 compression for that matter.

Larger shots, though, you need to start thinking about reducing compression.
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