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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-18-2010, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
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Hey gang...looking for some help with engine mods on my 2010 cross roads...i want way more power. dont care about fuel economy and drivability..just want more power....any ideas guys what victory offers
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save your $$$$ and buy somrthing like a busa . you will have 2 nice bikes !
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post #3 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-18-2010, 08:15 PM
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VM1 cams and a VFC3 fuel controller from Lloydz; along with a set of Atom Bomb pipes will get you better then a 25% increase in power with no negative trade offs. Actually improved drivability, and at least as good in fuel consumption are common
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kevinx...i saw a bike yesterday at laconia get dyno'd. it has the v,1 cams, lloyds vfc3, vic filter and mufflers...not sure which ones. This 2010 XC turned 105TQ and 96 HP....thats about a 25% increase on HP and a 18% increase in TQ.

On the other forum it is said that Arizona slammers exhaust with a pcV and dyno turns 110HP and 111TQ.......still waiting to see a dyno sheet of that.

kevinx--have you dyno'd a xc bike and what are the numbers? The mags got 78HP and 90TQ on a all stock bike at the rear wheel.
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kevinx...i saw a bike yesterday at laconia get dyno'd. it has the v,1 cams, lloyds vfc3, vic filter and mufflers...not sure which ones. This 2010 XC turned 105TQ and 96 HP....thats about a 25% increase on HP and a 18% increase in TQ.

On the other forum it is said that Arizona slammers exhaust with a pcV and dyno turns 110HP and 111TQ.......still waiting to see a dyno sheet of that.

kevinx--have you dyno'd a xc bike and what are the numbers? The mags got 78HP and 90TQ on a all stock bike at the rear wheel.
Stocks were 78-80For HP, and mid 90's for torque. The magazine bike tested definatly low
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I am suprised no one has gone back to the fast and easy way to make power- your bags can hold two five pound bottles..more then eough for 20 quarter mile blasts.
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Stocks were 78-80For HP, and mid 90's for torque. The magazine bike tested definatly low
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Stocks were 78-80For HP, and mid 90's for torque. The magazine bike tested definatly low
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i can scan my dyno in if anyone is interested...(slammers and pc)...gimme a hint how to post the pic...don't seem to be able to load one for my sig and kinda gave up...had the vtxoa figured out....but time is short right now.

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There is always Lloydz 116 kit http://www.lloydz.com/store/item_vie...itemid=1000088 + all the other goodies he sells

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i can scan my dyno in if anyone is interested...(slammers and pc)...gimme a hint how to post the pic...don't seem to be able to load one for my sig and kinda gave up...had the vtxoa figured out....but time is short right now.
I've never uploaded an attachment here, but it looks fairly simple, although I don't know if there is a size restriction. In the "Additonal Options" section below the area I am typing in, exists a button labeled "Manage Attachments". Select that button, then browse for the file you wish to attach. After that, click "upload". I'm going to try it now myself.
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2011 Silver/black Vision, Ness Big Honkers, Ness Twin Sucker, PC-V w/AT, Lloydz VM1-DR cams, Lloydz Adj Intake, Lloydz Variable Timing Wheel.

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Well, that's not exactly what your Bike was designed for....But to start get rid of the stock pipes and airbox then go to a Fuel controller and an Air intake control valve...that should help...Now if you have money to burn...Crack the block and go oversize/high compression heads and new cams.....why not just say screw it...Keep your bike as is with minor mods and buy a crotch rocket....
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