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I finally found,and pulled the trigger on a Vic 100ci big bore for my 05 8Ball.I have SRVT Aces,99' air box.What would be the best cams for this set up?? I also plan on adding a tuner,which one is recommended?? Right now the bike is running an 05' Hammer map.
 

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If it is running an 05 hammer map. It would be running like crap in 4th-5th gears across the top of the power band. 92" Freedoms do not like Freedom 100" maps.
With basic S2 compression. Your only real option it to run either Vic S3 cams, or go to Lloydz VM1. Though just a set of advanced cam gears would prolly work best with the 99 intake you have.
Given my druthers I would run a STOCK 92" map, and a VFC2 fuel controller, but you cant get the 2 anymore; so a VFC3 would be the ticket
 

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Andrews Cams for victory
http://www.andrewsproducts.com/PDF_files/catalog/19_PolarisCams-pg19.pdf
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Polaris Victory Camshafts: (‘98-2001)
268402 Victory PL402 Camshafts (2 cam set) .......................................................................... 257.40
268420 Victory PL420 Camshafts (2 cam set) .......................................................................... 257.40
268440 Victory PL440 Camshafts (2 cam set) .......................................................................... 257.40
Polaris Freedom Camshafts: (2002-up)
268450 Victory V-438 Camshafts (2 cam set) ........................................................................... 295.22
268460 Victory V-460 Camshafts (2 cam set) ........................................................................... 295.22
 

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Andrews Cams for victory
http://www.andrewsproducts.com/PDF_files/catalog/19_PolarisCams-pg19.pdf
Prices
Polaris Victory Camshafts: (‘98-2001)
268402 Victory PL402 Camshafts (2 cam set) .......................................................................... 257.40
268420 Victory PL420 Camshafts (2 cam set) .......................................................................... 257.40
268440 Victory PL440 Camshafts (2 cam set) .......................................................................... 257.40
Polaris Freedom Camshafts: (2002-up)
268450 Victory V-438 Camshafts (2 cam set) ........................................................................... 295.22
268460 Victory V-460 Camshafts (2 cam set) ........................................................................... 295.22
402,420,440 are for older motors 99-01
460 is absolute garbage
438 has a ton of overlap, and requires at least 10.0:1 compression ratio. Unless of course you don't care about torque


So basically none of the Andrews cams Are even close for this build
 

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If budget was an issue - stock cams with advanced gears.

If I could find them and they were reasonably priced - S3 cams

If you don't mind revving the motor a bit and like high peak numbers -VM1.
 

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Thankjs for all the input. This build won't be happening for a while,but I want to have EVERYTHING in place when I do it. Any ideas for upgrading the clutch? The bike has almost 33,000 on it now,I'm guessing another 10,000 more miles by the time I'm ready.

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Thankjs for all the input. This build won't be happening for a while,but I want to have EVERYTHING in place when I do it. Any ideas for upgrading the clutch? The bike has almost 33,000 on it now,I'm guessing another 10,000 more miles by the time I'm ready.

Thanks,
Ray
Stock clutch will easily handle the build you are playing with, and can last 100k with no worries
 

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Stock clutch will easily handle the build you are playing with, and can last 100k with no worries
Cool and the gang!! Thanks Kevin
 
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