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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 07-02-2012, 07:37 PM Thread Starter
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Folks, this is very exciting. I am on the way back to VA from NY where Lloydz did some mods to my 2011 CC.

Pre production air filter (yes), cam, and idle valve. I will post Dyno results tomorrow......116.96 HP 117.16 TQ.

The bike already had the D&D, PC V and auto tune.

The new air filter is not as loud as when I had the strip removed.

I went for a test drive before loading the bike, AWESOME!!!!

Can't wait to ride to work tomorrow.

JC
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Damn! 117/117 with just pipes, airbox, PC-V, and cams?

It is simply amazing how well the Victory bikes respond to minor modifications. 1.1 HP/CI from just breathing mods and .412" lift cams. Owners of that other American bike's 103 incher would be dancing in the streets if it made 90 horse with those same mods and .550" lift cams... and at 90 horse they're pushing their luck on it staying together.

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Folks, this is very exciting. I am on the way back to VA from NY where Lloydz did some mods to my 2011 CC.

Pre production air filter (yes), cam, and idle valve. I will post Dyno results tomorrow......116.96 HP 117.16 TQ.

The bike already had the D&D, PC V and auto tune.

The new air filter is not as loud as when I had the strip removed.

I went for a test drive before loading the bike, AWESOME!!!!

Can't wait to ride to work tomorrow.

JC
That's amazing. Please post the graphs.

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WOW! That is an amazing improvement over what everyone was getting with just cams, pipes and high flow filter, about a 10hp/10tq improvement.

Was this with just the new filter or did it include the secret attachment that was mentioned on the site as well?

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Well, they have evidently started to ship. I'm interested in seeing that sheet myself. I'll bet the ride has changed significantly!!

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WOW. 117 HP / 117 TQ with just intake, exhaust, tuner and cams! That's amazing. That's some pretty serious power without ever having to tear into the engine. I think I know what my next mods will be. I'm pretty sure we are all eagerly waiting for the graphs!


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Well, they have evidently started to ship. I'm interested in seeing that sheet myself. I'll bet the ride has changed significantly!!
They are not shipping yet. Lloydz had 2 prep-production samples; he sold me one. He stated that they had started production......should be shipping soon.

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Once you get some time on it, I'd be interested in knowing what kind, if any, extra heat the engine generates. I know the Harley 103 was mentioned and mine is just smoking hot on the summer days were are getting here.

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Once you get some time on it, I'd be interested in knowing what kind, if any, extra heat the engine generates. I know the Harley 103 was mentioned and mine is just smoking hot on the summer days were are getting here.

I made the 86 miles round trip to work today. It was about 90 degrees on the return trip; I had no noticeable heat issue. The oil temperature gauge on the dipstick was about normal, reading slightly above 200 degrees.

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