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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 12-26-2017, 08:19 PM Thread Starter
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Default Is the Lloyd'z Motorworkz Lope Kit dead?

Is this " Kit " Dead?

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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 12-27-2017, 05:22 PM
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Dunno....do you know what lope is....
Its a engine running inneficiently at the revs its at.
Normally a big cammed engine runs at its best in the upper rev range and the lope at idle is a by product of that.

Since Vics breathe really well anyway and idle twice as high as a HD anyway then that cammy lope just aint natural.

Would go well on a 'bikes parked' night, combined with coloured lights and such.
Add some fringed leather tassels for the Indian 'tribe'.

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not dead...... however , in a deep deep slumber.

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Form what I see on llyodz facebook page looks to me like he is more focused in Indian now.

I think even llyodz has put our vics on the back burner in regards to developing new stuff

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Never saw the point in it.
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Never saw the point in it.
How true...if you wanted that sound you'd buy a Harley.
As Lloyd says in his clip it's subject to interest...and obviously very little interest.
After all most of us are out riding not standing around parking lots listening to our lopes
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Do you know what lope is....
Its a engine running inneficiently at the revs its at.
Normally a big cammed engine runs at its best in the upper rev range and the lope at idle is a by product of that.

Since Vics breathe really well and idle twice as high as a HD anyway then that cammy lope just aint natural.
Wrong...
1. Harleys make better low end than Victorys usually.
2. Harleys idle at 1000 rpm. Lope and idle speed are not related.
3. Harleys lope because they have a single throttle body on a "Y" intake.

When a 'lope kit' is too tough for everybody else... it's just right for me.
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How true...if you wanted that sound you'd buy a Harley.
As Lloyd says in his clip it's subject to interest...and obviously very little interest.
After all most of us are out riding not standing around parking lots listening to our lopes
From a purely purist point of view I agree but we Americans love that lopey sound.

Did I miss it or did someone say this product is no longer available?

H_C is this the product that Lloydz made to make the lope? Did it come pre-drilled? I'd love to have that sound on my KP at idle. I can't tell the difference between yours and a similarly set up HD. They sound the same to my ear.
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But but but there are are a whole lot of reasons why I didn't buy a 2016 or older Harley. Plus some reasons why I didn't buy a 2017 Harley. That has nothing to do with making this sound at the end of this video. If he doesn't want to make the kit available. Then why not detail how it is done and let the rest of the world decide its fate? I wouldn't keep it in a safe and just ignore all the questions about it. It doesn't sound too loud to me in the video. If there isn't a big drop in HP it is doable.
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Did I miss it or did someone say this product is no longer available?
"this product" was never available. I made my own. I posted a link to the thread, just click on it...

https://www.victoryforums.com/36-vict...e-victory.html
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