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Any help would be great.
If you go with Andrews we'd recommend...
DS-199117 #26HG cam set, which is designed to increase low-end torque for heavier bikes and two-up touring. You'll also need...
DS199538 Four-gear set, and
0925-0182 Installation kit, which includes the bearings, gaskets etc
Our price for those three items would be $720.77. (MSRP is $809.85)
If you'd rather use S&S you can use.....
0925-0156 Cam and gear kit, designed for 88" engines with stock heads and stock valve springs. That kit includes all the parts you'll need. MSRP is $781.95, our price is $695.94.
Note: S&S says that you'll have to do some grinding on the inside surface of the stock gear cover. They also strongly recommend installing adjustable pushrods. (Probably a very good idea whether you go with Andrews or S&S on the cams.)
0928-0017 S&S adjustable pushrods (including collapsible pushrod covers)MSRP $210.95, our price $187.95
You'll also need some tappet block gaskets if you install the pushrods.
I don't know if you realized it, but changing those cams requires some special tools. Do you have them, or were you going to take the bike to somebody to have the job done?
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