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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 07-17-2012, 10:44 PM Thread Starter
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Got the Hammer Dynoed tonight.





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Pretty nice numbers more torque than I expected. The before numbers where with all the parts installed and the 04 map from PC.
This bike runs strong, revs quicker and pulls hard.

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Nice. Im looking for more power too. Im gonna go to Lloyds and get some STuFF !

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Looks good. I can't wait to add some more power to mine.

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Man, looking at your numbers (+3 hp and +8 tq) it seems like these engines are real torgue monsters. Seems like this engine is just begging to be cammed.

I don't know anything about the Hard Krome Side Burner pipe, but if it's baffled, taking those baffles out would be worth some more HP.

Either way, very nice numbers! I am sure now it's much more fun to run the bike hard, because mine is all stock, and the engine feels lazy with the stock intake and exhaust.

You plan on cams or any other mods in the future? And how about 1/4 mile times?

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I don't know anything about the Hard Krome Side Burner pipe, but if it's baffled, taking those baffles out would be worth some more HP.
That would be a really bad idea...

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That would be a really bad idea...
Why is that? Are these really short pipes?

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Why is that? Are these really short pipes?
Either show some data that baffle removal improves performance EVER on a Victory motorcycle, or stop saying people should do it.

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Either show some data that baffle removal improves performance EVER on a Victory motorcycle, or stop saying people should do it.
It really was a genuine question, not trying to pick a fight here bud, just don't know anything about those pipes.

As for baffles on vics in general. You seem to be saying that if i take the baffles out of my stock exhaust pipes, I will make less power?

I guess it could be true, but that would really surprise me, especially since the engine feels pretty lazy with them in there.

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It really was a genuine question, not trying to pick a fight here bud, just don't know anything about those pipes.

As for baffles on vics in general. You seem to be saying that if i take the baffles out of my stock exhaust pipes, I will make less power?

I guess it could be true, but that would really surprise me, especially since the engine feels pretty lazy with them in there.
Basically, you have no idea if what you suggested will actually add horsepower... or even if the baffles are welded in those pipes... but you have no problem typing "taking those baffles out would be worth some more HP" on the tech and performance forum as if it were factual. Are you getting any of this?

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