90HP is HD Kool-Aid
It seems like a LOT of HD sales people are quoting 90 to 100 HP stock but that HAS to be at the crank rather than at the wheel. Of course, they never point this out to their herding masses so when it hits the streets the owners think they have more HP than they actually do.
I don't get into races much but never had a single 103 stay anywhere NEAR me on the streets. Even the 110's have a hard time keeping up and I don't even have CAMs or even a timing wheel. Just the Lloyds Air Filter, Ness exhuast, PC-V & Autotune.
I was even leading a Dyno "performance" competition for "American" bikes ONLY until an older model HD with about $5K of engine work was brought up on the Dyno. Even then the "tuner" had to do a bit of "adjusting" to get it to out perform my bike so that they could ensure that a HD actually won the event ...it WAS a HD event after all...LOL
It's not just any victory.... It's MY Victory!
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