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Hey Lem....Just out of curiousity ? what kind of HP gain on average is to be had with the DB system... Do they use a Kevlar belt on those? I know that has to stop a hell of alot of Harmonics on the roatating system...

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Russ, Most of the gain in hp is the easy/quick adjustment of the intake center line . A good example of this is Blake's 557 . He moved the cam 2* when the engine was on the dyno.....+11 hp !

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OK cool , Lem.... I knew they were supposed to be a quick adjust on timing.. But being lighter on the valve train makes sense to make more Hp or quicker TQ and Faster rpm besides the quicker timing at the cam...

I know we have been using Primary and secondary belts on the Harleys for years now..and along with a combo of other parts it makes quite a difference in Revs and HP and Tq..

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that is not a fair comparison, a Harley and a BBF, you could use rubber bands and they wouldn't break on a Harley lol

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that is not a fair comparison, a Harley and a BBF, you could use rubber bands and they wouldn't break on a Harley lol

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