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2020 Harley Road Glide 131-inch with some roll one power!

Discussion in 'Garage' started by crosscountryla, Mar 23, 2020.

  1. crosscountryla

    crosscountryla Well-Known Member

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    2020 RG 131 build .
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    SE +1 CNC heads 131 SE cylinder piston kit with SE 64 Gmr 8.4 injectors Jims Max Cell 837B cam KW 2-1 pipe TTS tuner

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    140+ tq from 2500 to 5400 ..... stout !!

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    The new 2500 cc Triumph has more HP and TQ and at 660 lbs.
     
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    Apples and oranges
     
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    I'm skeptical of any performance'd Harley engine life expectancy.
     
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    Apples are faster than oranges.
     
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    No kidding. And for $8000 less....no, wait, that's for a stock bike. Probably $16,000 less, lol.

    The new Triumph is awesome.
     
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    Thanks for posting I was wondering what numbers this engine would produce with a good cam and tune .
     
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    Peter, can you post your 106 with Super charger please?

    And now it's a 116 super charged right?

    Just apples for apples V-Twin's air cooled, ....

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    Peak numbers for the Hardly are 1.183tq and 1.53hp per 1ci, my 106 with cams is 1.063hp and 1.113tq per 1ci. Which looks good on paper, until you factor in the cost differential between the two, at least Harley is finally making something decent now tho, competition breeds performance.
     
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    This is my 116 ......I have to dig around for the 106 version.

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    The old one ain't to shabby either.
     
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    Soooooo apples for apples

    116 SC Victory vs 131 HD, just shy 100 Hp difference's

    I'll bet a victory 106 super charged is less money then that 131 HD and in the range of 150 / 180 HP?

    Winner? A vic engine is my guess
     
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    My 106sc version was roughly similar curves... ~50 hp / 25 tq less.
    200hp / 176tq.

    Not really apples to apples comparison though with the n/a 131 though......

    The blown vic engine has been very reliable for me .
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