Half_Crazy
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Half_Crazy

Well-Known Member, Male, from Great Mills, MD

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Mar 25, 2017 at 7:48 AM
    1. Black_Hammer
      Black_Hammer
      I can ride it, at least I like to think I can lol. You might be familiar with the shop... Victory of Southern MD is doing the work. Burnie did the build, and they have another Kat that does dyno tuning.
      Any clutch you recommend? I have been looking at the scorpion but it’s going to run $1000.00 so I’ll need to stack pennies for that.
      1. Half_Crazy
    2. Black_Hammer
      Black_Hammer
      Half_Crazy,
      I went with a 116 big bore kit from Lloyds. I already had the PCV, torque tube intake, timing wheel, drop in cams (swapping out for the S&S .495’s) and idle air control. My questions for you sir are what HP/TQ numbers can I expect? Will the stock clutch hold up? Will this bike outrun a v-rod? Anything you can share in regards to the characteristics revolving around a good running and reliable build?
      1. Half_Crazy
        Half_Crazy
        what HP/TQ numbers can I expect?
        130 HP 140 Tq

        Will the stock clutch hold up?
        Not without a heavy spring.

        Will this bike outrun a v-rod?
        Depends... can you ride it? Who is tuning it? Who is building it?

        Anything you can share in regards to the characteristics revolving around a good running and reliable build?
        Change the oil often. Warm it up real good before you run it hard.
        Nov 20, 2016
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    3. no_fear
      no_fear
      hey I have a quick questoin for you about some PCV Mapping. I have a 2012 Highball 106 and I installed the Lloydz Torque Tubes. I just recently aquired some hacker zoomie pipes from a buddy for dirt cheap and I was wondering if you had any recommendations for me to get a killer map for that setup? Hard to get to a dyno here in alaska. Thanks
      1. Half_Crazy
        Half_Crazy
        You can try Kevin at Southern Motorwerx, but the only way to get it right is have it tuned.
        Apr 27, 2016
    4. Humphrey
      Humphrey
      I have a couple of questions about your Corbin you are selling; I have an 08 KP Tour, pics appear to be compatible, can you confirm? Also, why are you parting with it? I am very interested. Thank you for your time!
      1. Half_Crazy
        Half_Crazy
        Sold....
        Jan 26, 2016
      2. Humphrey
        Humphrey
        Drats!!! OK, thank you sir.
        Jan 26, 2016
    5. zchiefn31
      zchiefn31
      Thanks Half_Crazy
    6. JuggernuttsX
      JuggernuttsX
      This is a pretty dumb question, but do your guys in MD do all performance work on your bike? I'm thinking of at least doing PCV and tune, but I'm leaning towards actual motor work and such, do you recommend them? I live on the VA peninsula, so they are close and it sounds like you stand by their work. Would they do a 116, cams, etc?
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      2. JuggernuttsX
        JuggernuttsX
        I've been contemplating the 116 and cams, along with a PCV and tune. Would the Lloydz cams be the recommended ones? I really want a torque monster with a lot of pull on the low end. I'll definitely be up as soon as possible to do PCV and tune.
        Jan 7, 2016
      3. Half_Crazy
        Half_Crazy
        I'm sorry, I'm on my phone... what bike is it? For a steel frame you want the .495 cams, for a XC or Vision you want the HPT cams. All come from Lloydz.
        Jan 7, 2016
      4. JuggernuttsX
        JuggernuttsX
        '13 Vegas. Have Torque Tubes and ATS, need better pipes and obviously the PCV. Would the .495 cams transition from the 106 to a 116 later? Or should I do everything all at once?
        Jan 7, 2016
    7. festes73
      festes73
      Hey HC .can i put a d407 rear tire with the bridgestone front tire?
      1. Half_Crazy
        Half_Crazy
        No, You can run a Radial rear and a bias ply front, but never the other way around.
        Jun 23, 2015
    8. aor98
      aor98
      Where in Southern MD can you get a pcv tuned.
      1. Half_Crazy
        Half_Crazy
        SM City Motorsports
        20260 Poplar Ridge Rd.
        Lexington Park, MD 20653
        301-863-6499
        Excellent dyno tuner and my close friends as well.
        May 27, 2015
    9. Major Malfunction
      Major Malfunction
      Hey Half, I've got a 2010 Vegas LE and my clutch lifter assembly came apart. Will the 2011 and newer fit and work? My reason for asking is that the old style isn't available as a unit anymore and is well over $200 piece by piece where the newer one is $80 as a unit.
      1. Half_Crazy
        Half_Crazy
        This is a common occurrence with the new 2011 and up part, but old style (2010 down) is much stronger. When the gurus put in a heavy clutch spring they use the 2011 and down part. You don't want the newer one.
        Mar 30, 2015
    10. Ryanbomb14
      Ryanbomb14
      I was looking for some information on the 1/4 throttle you installed. Did you have to do any grinding down for it to fit in your bike?
      1. Half_Crazy
        Half_Crazy
        Yes, you have to grind off a post in the throttle housing.
        Feb 13, 2015
      2. Ryanbomb14
        Ryanbomb14
        Do you have to grind a post on both housings or only 1 of them? If only one which one would that be?
        Feb 13, 2015
    11. bikerdeano
      bikerdeano
      Larry, I just wanted you to know that when one clicks on your DYNO CHART link at the bottom of your signature, it's lets us see your entire photo album. Just thought I'd tell you in case you didn't know. I saw all 200 or 300 photos of yours in all your albums. Over and out... Dean
      1. Half_Crazy
        Half_Crazy
        I don't know how to make it that just one picture.... Thanx for the note.
        Jan 8, 2015
    12. poptop
      poptop
      Some time ago you gave me a exhaust suppliers name and cost for RPWpipes could you send me ths suppliers name agian as I have misplaced it! Thanks in advance.
      1. Half_Crazy
        Half_Crazy
        Oct 15, 2014
    13. TejasBiker
      TejasBiker
      Thanks Half, that's reassuring! Hate having it apart. As soon as the S&S comes in I can install the PCV and fire the bad boy up with the new Bassani Pro Turn outs. I fired it up briefly after putting the pipes on and it sounds awesome.
    14. navycraig
      navycraig
      Hey, Pam is leaving Friday and I leave Saturday. Could ride at any time Friday if you're up for it.
      1. Half_Crazy
        Half_Crazy
        OK. We'll keep an eye on the weather.
        Aug 10, 2014
    15. big_mack78
      big_mack78
      Thanks dude cheers
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Great Mills, MD
    Type of Motorcycle Currently Riding:
    2006 Kingpin
    HOBBIES & INTERESTS:
    Drag racing and dirt bikes.

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    2006 Victory Kingpin
    116 Cubic Inches -- S&S stroker crank/Lloydz big bore,
    ductile iron liners, 11:1 Wiseco pistons, massaged heads,
    S&S .495 cams/springs/retainers, RPW Thor pipe,
    Torque Tubes intake, Lloydz ECU mod, PC-III, ATS (-2),
    Rivera Primo clutch spring, 31 tooth pulley w/Buell belt.
    F**K POLARIS INDUSTRIES
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