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No problem would like more power. told too put on vmax carbs and intakes. what do u think? have all ready changed the cams and springs.

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Ideally you could have taken the engine out of Vmax. Then you would have the high performance cams,carbs, and the ever important counter balancer shaft (in the Vmax and the original Venture,but not in the Royal Star even though it is machined for it.) The only other thing you need is a more free flowing exhaust. As for the carbs you may be able to just put in a performance jet kit.

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