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Dyno time, any predictions?

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  1. Alwhite00

    Alwhite00 Active Member

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    I bought my 2015 XCT in October. I've since added the following mods (performance)

    Lloydz air filter
    Lloydz timing wheel at +4
    Lloyd's 505 cams
    Tank lift
    Power commander V
    Magnaflow mufflers

    Tentative appointment is next Saturday. Any predictions on the HP/TQ numbers?

    This is my first ever dyno appointment with tuning so I'm pretty excited. That 106 is a runnin' SOB so I can only imagine it after this. I haven't driven it with anything but the timing wheel and mufflers as the weather turned to crap.
     
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    112/113
     
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    108/114
     
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    115/115
     
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    I'll let you know the numbers. Tentative for the 16th.
     
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    Going with Vindex here. 115/115
     
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    Depends on the dyno but definitely in the ranges everyone has stated
     
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    With the 505’s will b 105-110 hp & 113-117 torque. It is very exciting & don’t make the mistake I made. I had expectations of 115/115 and became disappointed when got 108/114. The 505’s don’t produce the highest HP numbers BUT after my butt dyno & real world riding the upgrades were very noticeable & I quickly became very satisfied with how the bike performs. Is night & day difference when loaded dwn & running curvy roads with long, steep hills. Morale is don’t build it up so much that ur disappointed over a very few digits on some sheet of paper, judge the difference from the ride ability & the bigger $hit eatin grin on ur face
     
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    Keep the RPM's up or you will not notice it much. I did all those mods and if I remember mine numbers were 114-115, still does not have the low end torque but helps in the higher end. If I could put my VTX engine in the CCT it would be a perfect bike.
     
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    I’m definitely not looking for max hP numbers. Just curious what the predictions were and see who is closest. Like I said, first time doing this. I’m mainly interested in torque that’s why I went with the 505’s
     
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    I started off with the underdrive pulley on my Magnum followed later with the cams and filter. The cams were the icing on the cake but if I had to choose one over the other I'd go with the pulley. That said I'm extremely happy with this combination with no desire for more mods. Bike is simply a pleasure to drive with more usable power everywhere. Pulley was such an improvement that I ordered a second one for my Hammer.
     
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    I went with 501's VM1-DR cams and the above statement is 100% spot on, overall rideability is vastly improved. Peak numbers don't mean anything at all.
     
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    @spamaster Do u have the 501’s or the 505’s? Sounds like the UDP would give u that bike. @LEVON106 Ur statement slid me 53-47 on the udp, I know I can get by without one but now I don’t want to not @ least try one. Can always switch back to stock for long trip flat grounding if wanna.
     
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    HP 112 +1/-4
    Trq 113 +1/-3

    Or there about. As has been posted, there 'could' be bigger differences between the dyno, the operator, the temperature, the humidity, the smoothing, the gear etc etc etc. The main thing is to look at the gains in the most used torque range. Peak numbers are very seldom used.
     
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    You will never switch back!! That I'm absolutely sure of.
     
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