dyno results

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  1. LVChefCC
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    2013 CCT 46 miles currently on the clock
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    bassani road rage 2-1 black ceramic coated
    power commander 5
    victory stage 2 air filter
    filter box strip removed

    put down 87.66 at the rear wheel

    Next step :
    Lloyds Cam set
    Lloyds filter
    power commander auto tune (ordered)
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    I have the same bike with the same mods cept I'm already using Lloydz HF AF and the PCV/AT. May do cams this fall. Love the looks and sound from the Road Rage pipe by Bassani, I removed the insulation from around the baffle and really like the overall sound improvement.
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    I have the same pipe, PC5, Lloyd's air filter-cams-timing gear... 113hp on the dyno!!!!
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    Who did the tune for your bike?
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    Fuel Moto in Little Chute Wi, check out their facebook page, they are getting similar #'s on harley's but they are doing full 107 big bore kits,cams,heads....$$$$$$$
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    Prior to dynoing my bike I saw some very impressive numbers coming from a set of slip-ons,tune and air filter. I found the answer when I was sitting with my tech who done my pulls, he said watch this... ran zero brake on the dyno and WOT in 6th... I almost **** myself when I saw 107.19 hp!! Then we went back to the standard 20% brake and fifth gear. Just an idea, be careful of some of these parts places with dyno results that seem a lil high, they could have been free braking the dyno
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    What were the results of YOUR dyno run????
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    Add the timing gear to your setup, and you will be rockin'. Exactly what I have and putting similar to 11VICXC.Can't go wroing with the Lloyd's cams!
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    A. Break in your motor for a full 500 miles before putting it on a dyno. B. 93 degrees and 86% humidity will show lower numbers than 70 degrees and 50% humidity.
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    I could easily see you adding some more numbers on your bike after she is broken in. I would say the numbers dont sound that far off though given the heat, humidity and lack of break in.
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    I am not disappointed about this initial result at all, I just posted up to show a baseline, the camset and llyods intake will be going in after the 600 mile oil change. And that will give the auto tune time to map all the cells for this set-up prior too the cams and hopefully will be faster to autotune the new cell set after the cams are in and the motors fully broken in.

    These engines are pretty stout,tho we arent expecting a world of change after the cams,id much rather have 10/15 tq. Over 10/15 hp especially on the low end on these bikes.

    we shall see ......
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    I had the works done at the AVR last week. Lloyd's cams, air filter, adjustable timing gear, PC5.Dyno results...


    116.3hp and 114.25ft lbs torque!
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    Bill4 I see you are from OK. So were did you get your bike from and who installed all of your parts?
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    "I had the works done at the AVR last week. Lloyd's cams, air filter, adjustable timing gear, PC5.Dyno results...
    116.3hp and 114.25ft lbs torque! "


    Bill, I'm thinking of doing the same thing. Can I ask how much they charged you to do all those updates?

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