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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 07-26-2013, 01:53 PM Thread Starter
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Talking Heading to The Vic Shop in Iowa tonight!

Rylan is going to install the atom bombs, Lloydz timing wheel, filter, HOH-VM1-DR cams, quarter turn throttle, PCV and of course Dyno tune my bike tomorrow.

I'm hoping the 2013 can have the rpm limiter raised by 500, not sure.

It's a 6 hr. drive so I'm leaving tonight about 11:30 p.m. to give me a little extra time for fueling - stretching.

I went to Auto Zone and picked up some deer alerts and located them under my chrome highway boards. I never use to believe they worked but an Insurance company sent me one and after installing on my truck I started noticing the reaction of the deer actually stopping and looking right at my truck and it's happened on several ocassions.....so I'm now a convert.

I'll be driving Big Blue up there and driving Blue Thunder back, LOL!

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good luck and ride safe....should be a huge smile on your face on the way home.

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ride safe and waiting to hear......

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Just had all the same stuff done to mine by Rylan july 1st. He will have you in and out in about 3 hours. Yes you will be able to raise the limiter to 6000.
You will be in the 108HP and 113tq range. Post a picture of your dyno sheet when your done so i can get a comparison with mine.
You will love the extra giddy up. Mine was a 27 HP gain and 16ftlb gain. Its like a new machine.

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My buddy Jeff and i are loading up the wife's, our XR's and heading to the Vic shop on Aug 27 th to have the same work completed. I am still on the fence with the Atom Bombs. Worried they will be to loud!!!

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Very little loss even at the very bottom end... and you can't argue with 20 additional horsepower.

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Thumbs up Happy dance time!

I left at 12:30 Friday night and got there about 7:00 am, enough time to wipe my bike down. Met Rylan pulling into his place about 7:30 am.

He wasted no time going to work and happily answered all my questions.

He's a great guy and knows his stuff. The atom bombs are perfect as they have that nice low rumble and can still hear my music at highway speed. They have a great bark when you get on it.

I had a few folks in pick up trucks look over there shoulder to see what was on the side of them when sitting at a light and when taking off slowly from a stop light making a left. That was a good feeling knowing they could hear that low rumble.



I picked up 26 ponies and 13 ft/lbs of torque. And it was 7 degrees hotter when the performance dyno compared to the stock dyno was ran so if it had been the same temp as when the stock dyno was ran the figures would have been a little higher in my estimation but I'm soooooooo freakin happy with how this bike performs now! All I can say is WOW!

Now for the Dyno sheet:

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HP: 82.82/108.98 Torque: 97.77/110.58

Gotta love that straight line on that HP and that torque that starts to come on strong @ 2700 rpm. It's also nice that I did'nt loose any bottom end.

Aslo I noticed right off the bat I was getting better mpg, Averaging 6 mpg better than stock with all that performance. I was cruising about 70 mph for 10 miles and I was getting 48.4mpg where as prior mpg would have been 42.3 and amazingly when I was getting on it from 80 to 100 mph I was still getting 46.8. Today around town between the posted 45 and 50 mph rolling on the throttle I was getting 46.4......sweeeet!

One more thing, it also runs so much cooler now, nice!

Question:
The torque starts falling off around 4,200 rpm so if I was running against someone would I want to be shifting gears right around 4,200 rpm to stay in the peak powerband of the torque curve?

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Glad you are loving it SixShooter! Here is a picture of the dyno graph.

When I'm out playing around I shift about 4500 or so, the tach falls 500 rpms while I shift into the next gear. That way I keep rowing through the gears in the peak torque range.
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Glad you are loving it SixShooter! Here is a picture of the dyno graph.

When I'm out playing around I shift about 4500 or so, the tach falls 500 rpms while I shift into the next gear. That way I keep rowing through the gears in the peak torque range.
Rylan, I finally got the dyno sheet posted.

Thanks again for working on my bike on such short notice. Ok 4,500 rpm, cool so I was interpeting the graph properly. I'm new at this stuff but I've been reading various charts for a long time so I was taking my best shot at understanding what it was telling me.

My bike runs sooo freakin good and as you stated very little to no poping at all. The power is insane, I love power but this is somethin else. You did a great job on the dyno and worked diligently which I really appreciated since I was exhausted.

All I can say is guys If you're thinking about doing an upgrade to your bike, go see Rylan Vos at The Vic Shop and let him work his magic. Rylan is a talented young man and it was a pleasure doing business with him.
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