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Jackpot vs Street glide?

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  1. James2003x

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    So I have a 09 Ness Jackpot (106”)
    My mods are
    Under drive pulley and RPW Bad Boy exhaust. victory stage one tune from the previous exhaust.

    His bike 2012 103” motor.
    Mods are screaming Eagle intake
    Rhine heart slip ons and a tune.


    I can’t find any Info of 1/8th mile times on a 2012 SG stage one.

    a bother their party is wanting to put $250 saying I can’t outrun the SG at the strip in the 1/8th.


    Now the owner of the SG we’ve raced his 13 cross roads he red lighted and I still passed the finish like before him that was before my exhaust swap and under drive pulley install. He’s not new to racing he has a race truck. (S10).

    Curious what others would think if it would be a safe bet.

    picture of my bike just because.
     

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    You should be able to beat him no problem. But at the drag strip in 1/8 mile it mostly comes down to rider (reaction time and launch)
     
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    Fellow employee thinks his HD is a strong runner. I gave him the kick and some on my "can't make any power 09 100" Vegas. He power shifted second as I passed him like he was towing a 72 Beetle.

    BTW 2010 was the first year for the 106 in a steel frame. Maybe Ness got some?
     
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    On a .5 full tree we both leave usually anywhere from .520 to .560
     
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    Ness bikes for 09 came with a 106”
     
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    You should easily take him. But I would hedge the bet against a bad launch. Maybe something like my best of 3 runs against your best of 3. If you’re running a stock (hard) Dunlop it can be super easy to choke the launch and ruin the run.
     
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    yeah run him best of 3 runs and dont redlight
     
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    Unless that 103 has had a LOT of work done he's toast!
     
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    Intake slip on mufflers and tuner. That’s it.
    cats are still in.
     
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    He will red light before I do.

    last time his cross roads and before my new exhaust and pulley he red lighted I beat him by a wheel.

    He was at .216 I left at .556 have to be above .5 or it’s a red light. I reeled him in
     
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    I never did a dragrace with lights but my souped up 2013 jackpot 106 is faster then a stock 2019 Harley CVO 117

    So yes guess you would have no problem beating him, remove the dunflop though ....
     
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    the fact you have the UDP on will really help out of the gate as well ... you will smoke that HD
     
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    e had a roll on tonight granted he was two up but I was already three bike lengths back when he opened it up.
    I ran him down and had him by 4-5 bikes by the time I hit 75mph. Started off around 20 mph.

    he made the comment about my bike being a lot faster than it was.

    at bike night tonight someone he knew wanted to race him (the guy thought he had his XR BIKE he looked at me and asked me for my key. lol.


    The guy was messing with him but he was there looking for a race. He had a 103 with at least full 2 into 1 exhaust cams, intake and a tune. If I had my cams and torque tubes and tune I would have raced him. He was there to run for money so I didn’t simply because I wasn’t sure if he had more. Like a hidden bottle.
     
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    The UDP had little to do with your win from a roll.
     
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    Given the roughly 100 lbs weight disadvantage of the Street Glide, he would need an extra 15 HP to make up for that weight, so it's hardly a fair contest.
     
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