You know Zach I have the 96" and I like the low end torque on it.special tools like...inner brg install and removal tool. I have a set of adjustable push rods. Not that hard to do.not replacing any tensioners or support plates.
I think you'll like them. Lots of people thinking they are going to be a great bolt in option over on Harley Tech Talk. Very similar to a Andrews 57 which has proven VERY good.
Was asking about the tools in case you wanted to borrow my set. I've got the JIMS inner bearing install, a set of push rod tube pliers, sprocket locking tool. None of it is really necessary, but it sure makes the job go quick and easy.
FYI - There is a lip behind the bearing that is part of the case. Can't really set them in to far unless you really crank on the tool and bust them through the lip. It's a pretty simple procedure.
Biggest tip I can give you is on the adjustable push rods. Wait for the lifters to bleed down before you rotate the engine. I wait 15 minutes (which is more than enough). This is really the only place you can cause engine damage. An out of time cam will run like shit, but is not likely to create damage. Make sure the timing marks are aligned.