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post #1 of 73 (permalink) Old 06-10-2014, 01:38 PM Thread Starter
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If anyone is on the fence about getting the touring cams do it. I had the stage one filter Ness Honkers and timing wheel already on my Bike. Before run was 95 hp 113 ft lbs. I thought that was pretty good. Then Rylan Vos at The Vic Shop installed The toruing cams and wow gained 30 HP. If you think about it from stock bike at 82 HP that is 43 hp gain insane! Here is the graph.
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Lloyds Vision intake plate
Lloyds variable clutch
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Niiiiiiiice!

Enjoy all them ponies!

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I am so far thank you.


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Lloyds timing wheel set at plus 2
Lloyds adjustble intake
Lloyds HP cams
Lloyds quarter turn throttle
PCV 5
Ness Big Honkers
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Lloyds variable clutch
Heads worked over
Built and tuned by Rylan Vos at The Vic Shop
Adel ia.
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That's incredible! Congrats man! What do they sound like? The VM1's that I've heard online have a nice lil chop to em, how are these?
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If anyone is on the fence about getting the touring cams do it. I had the stage one filter Ness Honkers and timing wheel already on my Bike. Before run was 95 hp 113 ft lbs. I thought that was pretty good. Then Rylan Vos at The Vic Shop installed The toruing cams and wow gained 30 HP. If you think about it from stock bike at 82 HP that is 43 hp gain insane! Here is the graph.
Congrats on your results. I am sure the ride home was all smiles.
I made a trip to beautiful Adel back in May,
I didn't get the touring cams but am happy with the results Rylan was able to get with the VM1 Cams.

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Very loud and deep. Totally different sound than before. The honkers were loud before but now they are ground pounding loud. Love it.


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2013 Vision Touring. Shelbyville IL
Lloyds 116 big bore
Lloyds timing wheel set at plus 2
Lloyds adjustble intake
Lloyds HP cams
Lloyds quarter turn throttle
PCV 5
Ness Big Honkers
Lloyds Vision intake plate
Lloyds variable clutch
Heads worked over
Built and tuned by Rylan Vos at The Vic Shop
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now we need a video, haha!
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I went with the VM1 cams....based on price.

The Touring cams arent drop in like the VM1s.....they require a bit more work.
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Yes it was 50 more on the dyno and 300 more for labor due to the machining of the cam carriers. He did not have any VM1 cams. The guy who came 10 min earlier than me got his last set. Thats ok I like the extra ponies.


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2013 Vision Touring. Shelbyville IL
Lloyds 116 big bore
Lloyds timing wheel set at plus 2
Lloyds adjustble intake
Lloyds HP cams
Lloyds quarter turn throttle
PCV 5
Ness Big Honkers
Lloyds Vision intake plate
Lloyds variable clutch
Heads worked over
Built and tuned by Rylan Vos at The Vic Shop
Adel ia.
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Rylan said he charges more for the tune on the touring cams cuz it takes longer to tune them.


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Lloyds 116 big bore
Lloyds timing wheel set at plus 2
Lloyds adjustble intake
Lloyds HP cams
Lloyds quarter turn throttle
PCV 5
Ness Big Honkers
Lloyds Vision intake plate
Lloyds variable clutch
Heads worked over
Built and tuned by Rylan Vos at The Vic Shop
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