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  • grooveyguru Posts: 87
    Stock Poster grooveyguru
    14 Jan 2020 06:21 PM
    Quoting WideglidingNZ on 14 Jan 2020 11:20 AMedited: 14 Jan 2020 11:55 AM
    You will be pleased with the new cam and custom tune, I went for the SE 462 cam to keep my warrantee, I know the R/S 468 makes a couple more hp & torque but I wanted the piece of mind of having the warrantee having the previous years M8 probs(sumping etc), it made a huge difference to my FXLRS (114) the bike now runs as it should ($4-5k) down the track, All the popping and a flat spot around 3000 rpm gone, the bike runs heaps smoother with power to burn, these new M8's are really restricted with their pipes, aircleaner and tune  
    Quoting grooveyguru on 14 Jan 2020 12:24 PM
    I have a very slightly used se447 cam that was given to me (couple of hundred k's) maybe I will fit that instead of the RS468. I always thought the red shift is a better cam but have seen some graphs showing the SE447 to be slightly better. I just can't see paying someone nearly $1000 in labor to fit the cam when I can do it myself, only problem is the warranty implications. Did you have the dealer fit the cam?
    Quoting WideglidingNZ on 14 Jan 2020 01:13 PM
    Yes dealer fitted, there is a good M8 cam shoot out on youtube that you might find interesting, sorry i don't now how to put up the link, the se 447 is a torque cam, a power cam may be a better selection for your sportglide though imo
    Hey wello sorry for hijacking your thread.
    Hard to make a decision of which way to go value wise, stage 2, 3 or 124 kit. That's why I should have got a proper tuner, f'd the warranty then go the whole hog if anything shits itself.
  • wello Posts: 582
    Performance Poster wello
    14 Jan 2020 07:02 PM
    Quoting grooveyguru on 14 Jan 2020 12:24 PM
    I have a very slightly used se447 cam that was given to me (couple of hundred k's) maybe I will fit that instead of the RS468. I always thought the red shift is a better cam but have seen some graphs showing the SE447 to be slightly better. I just can't see paying someone nearly $1000 in labor to fit the cam when I can do it myself, only problem is the warranty implications. Did you have the dealer fit the cam?
    Quoting WideglidingNZ on 14 Jan 2020 01:13 PM
    Yes dealer fitted, there is a good M8 cam shoot out on youtube that you might find interesting, sorry i don't now how to put up the link, the se 447 is a torque cam, a power cam may be a better selection for your sportglide though imo
    Quoting grooveyguru on 14 Jan 2020 06:21 PM
    Hey wello sorry for hijacking your thread.
    Hard to make a decision of which way to go value wise, stage 2, 3 or 124 kit. That's why I should have got a proper tuner, f'd the warranty then go the whole hog if anything shits itself.
    no worries mate ; ) .. ive been in contact with them today and ive been assured the warranty wont be effected in any way by the work they do
  • Timmy Posts: 90
    Stock Poster Timmy
    15 Jan 2020 07:39 AM
    I reckon ride it around stock for a while.  Then decide what to do, if anything 
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