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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-21-2013, 02:33 PM Thread Starter
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Just wondering how your performance changed. After being off my bike for 2 months w/a broken arm, i was able to do the timing wheel recently. Finally, i was able to ride it today and wow, what a difference at 4*. I can't believe how much it has lengthened the gears so to speak. Bike seems to be smoother throughout as well. I did notice at 80mph the rpm in 6th was lower than with the stock wheel. Improved mph would be a sweet bonus as well!

Not sure if mother nature will allow me to ride again this yr...but i would like to try 6* for kicks if she cooperates. I will ride until the sanders come out so i am hopeful!!

So for those who did do the 4-6* comparison post your findings...thanks

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happy to hear the wheel worked out well. i have the timing wheel too (cams etc) but as i'm mechanically challenged, i don't understand how the timing wheel would lower rpm's at a given mph. thanks for any info.
looks like tomorrow maybe warm enough but might be to wet for you to test 6*

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I started out at 4 which was fun, then I went to 5.5 which was better than 4. Now I am at 7 and it's amazing.



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I went from 4-6-8, had it dynod also from 4-8 gained 2hp and 3 ftlbs.

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It's almost like adding a stage one



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It's almost like adding a stage one
May not be adding more gas but the wheel changes the fuel injection point as well as the timing so the gas is there sooner too. Got that straight from Lloyd. I think it's the best BANG for the buck and what makes the sound so much more crisp now. I was at 4 then up to 6 and got a slight ping so leveled off at 5.

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I installed at+4 not much change...improvement but there was more to be had. Advanced to +6 and loved it.

Touring cams and tuner....dyno'd by KMC the results are flat impressive.

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I was thinking cams as well...just didn't want to sacrifice engine longevity as I am keeping this bike for a good long while. I understand the performance upgrade they provide...something to consider

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Longevity...lets see my 05 wing made 100,000 miles, the Valkyrie did 175,000, the Virago 1100 did 98,000 I am expecting my XCT to make 200,000 so far 21,000 and counting. No repeat no issues so far and expecting none. Half Crazy had 75,000 on his 110 Kingpin...daily ride.

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Half Crazy had 75,000 on his 110 Kingpin...daily ride.
Okay, but how many of those were put on SINCE hopping it up?




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