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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 04-14-2015, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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Finally got the bike dynoed. I have a 2007 victory hammer with a speedtech turbo system on it. I have 1500 to 2000 miles on the motor since the build. And we'll the #'s will speak for themselves.

I am very happy with them. I did have it dynoed last week and it pulled 206.9 but did not have a graph and torque #'s because the guys were having a reading problem off my coil. Witch was all my fault. The spark plug wires were worn down by were the cheese wedge goes on. I got new wires and everything was all good. I had it dynoed at Those dyno guys in zimmerman mn. They were great guys and they are owed a great thank you.

I also want to thank Jeff at speedtech for the awesome work he Did On My Bike. He has done more for me then I could of ever asked for. Bike runs great. Know to prove to all the people out there that this kit is the best performance turbo kit on the market and it will LAST. Time to just put the miles on. If anyone would like to get in touch with Jeff his email is [email protected]
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Don't know why the attachment looks like crap but I got 201.07 hp and 193.88 tq.
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Son of a ***** that thing has to be a terror!!!! What a fun ride.

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To be honest it is very easy to ride. It runs better then it ever did stock. But when you get on it and the boost starts to ramp up it moves. I even told my wife if she wants to learn how to ride I would get her a bike to start on to make sure she doesn't like tip it over and gets comfortable on it and I would let her ride this bike well I ride my cross country. The bikes is just a dream to ride.
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Here ya go...
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What is done to the engine besides the turbo? That's no stock 100", right?

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Don't know why the attachment looks like crap but I got 201.07 hp and 193.88 tq.
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No it is not totally stock. But the motor itself is. IE crank, rods, pistons. Clutch is not stock and the fuel system is not stock.
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No it is not totally stock. But the motor itself is. IE crank, rods, pistons. Clutch is not stock and the fuel system is not stock.
Those are incredible #'s out of the 100ci.
So, basically all that is done done besides the turbo and dyno tune is beefing up engine components to handle the power...? Amazing.

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