Thanks. According to Andrews website they suggest this cam for 9.5 compression pistons.
Give it a try... I have run an EV3 / EV35 for 20 years and its a nice cam - not too mild and not too hot.
What's the ev35 like? Not many people run that cam but it's specs look good on paper. What compression did you have with it?
have just finished working on my FatBob that was changed to look like a StreetBob & now going back again
Nice... EV27 might be a bit mild though.
Wow Taz, the bike is looking awesome. ??.
"Ashes Spoked Wheelz in QLD" Search, http://asw.com.auCheers for the recommendation, stainless spokes will be the next job on the Widey.
Will be swapping these wheels on once I get some rotors.
hi John.R , just wondering what wheels are in this picture.
Can use it on either side, it is sensational seriously, the huge advantage is you have easy access to get wheels off.
Thanks mate, I'm in Perth so can't see first hand. One question though, can you lift the bike from either side? Say with the lift on the left if you want to work on the exhaust, or lift on the right if you want to get to the primary?
Well my tins are done, vintage style flames in gold flake. Stoked!
Looks so good mate! Look forward to seeing them on the bike...
Interesting... So is the Transmission ALWAYS driven and the clutch works on the output to the rear wheel. Sort of the opposite to a HArley.