Okay, that all makes sense, though I feel robbed. I guess when HD, Honda and everybody else talks about their HP, it's rated the same way?
HD avoids HP discussions "like the plague" & most HDs make significantly less than the Victory's do in almost EVERY case. I ran my stock '11 Ness XC @ a free dyno day a year ago and most stock Harley's weren't able to get anywhere NEAR the 80's. A few HEAVILY modded HD's got between 80 & 90 and only one bike showed over 90 HP on the DynoJet that was being used that day. My XC got 83.59 HP & 97.92 TQ so I thought that was decent.
However, the cruiser bikes (Hammer, Jackpot & Judge) also use a different CAM which is suppose to provide a bit more power than the baggers so I would have expected the OP's Hammer to have put up a bit higher numbers than mine but maybe he ran a different SAE or some other difference?
Nevermind - It looks like he did have a run with the higher 87/106 figures so it looks more "in-line" now.
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2011 Victory Ness Cross Country #120
Ness Knurled Highway Pegs/KwelMetal Brackets
Ness Radius laydown license
Chrome CAM Tension Covers
Red Engine Bolts
DIY Garage Door Opener
Victory Chrome Saddle Bag Lid Rails
Küryakyn Upper Fork Shrouds
Küryakyn Lower Fork Covers
Power Commander V Tuner
Power Commander AT-300
Hertz HCX 165s Speakers
JL Audio HX280/4 Bridged 140w
Last edited by ndabunka; 09-19-2012 at 07:43 AM.
Reason: cross posted with the OPs graph