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post #1 of 34 (permalink) Old 04-15-2012, 07:37 PM Thread Starter
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I have an 08 Yamaha raider built to the max . I have the 120 big bore with all the goods that go with it, cams, port and polish heads, big air kit, power commander V and so on. My wife has a 2010 Jackpot and I absolutely love it. I know my bike would take hers in a heartbeat, but if they were both stock she could take me. I know these are not race bikes but I love the power it's addicting. So I'm thinking of trading the Raider in for a new Jackpot and building it to the max. In other words the 116 big bore, but I don't want to build it unless I'm sure I will have better results . Mine is putting out 132tq and 111 hp .
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You can go 2 ways.
Bolt on a turbo on a stock engine and get nearly 150 hp to the tire, or go to lloydz.com and scroll to the bottom of his home page to see what you can get with a 116" and stock exhaust. Even give him a call and see what he can do for you.
As for which is faster, that all depends on your reaction time.

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111/132 from 120 cubic inches? Wouldn't be hard to beat that...

My 104" Victory made 120/130 with stock heads, stock throttle bodies, and .495" lift cams. Now, at 110" it makes between 133 and 136 HP and between 136 and 142 ft-lbs with .484" lift cams.

The joy of the Victory powerplant is there is no need for "building it to the max" because you can get crazy power from a super mild configuration. If you build the 116 to the max we're talking 180+ HP without boost or juice.

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180 hp sounds like a lot of fun, I have not seen those kind of numbers on lloydz site thow. I think the best I saw was about 137

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Remember more extreme the build less rideable the bike is. You can build that monster engine but all you'll be doing is towing the bike to the drag strip and back. Have 15 less hp which you'll never miss and enjoy the bike.

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you are correct i want to keep it on the street. I would be happy to get up in the 150 range if it is possible without turbo or NOS just all engine.

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Remember more extreme the build less rideable the bike is. You can build that monster engine but all you'll be doing is towing the bike to the drag strip and back. Have 15 less hp which you'll never miss and enjoy the bike.
To a point, but if it's done right, they can be very docile, just like stock. I built a 110" on my old Kingpin. Made over 133hp and 142tq, yet very mild mannered in town, better than some of the new stock bikes. It's all about tuning.

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If you were so inclined you could have a streetable/reliable 140/140, which would be +29/+8 over your Raider.

If it were me, first I would think long and hard about how much performance is really necessary... then I would call Lloyd, tell him what you're after, and see what he suggests and what it would cost you.

I can assure you that there's a huge difference between living in the 110 HP neighborhood and living in the 130-140 HP neighborhood... Just some food for thought...

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To a point, but if it's done right, they can be very docile, just like stock. I built a 110" on my old Kingpin. Made over 133hp and 142tq, yet very mild mannered in town, better than some of the new stock bikes. It's all about tuning.
My point exactly.
There is a huge difference between 133hp build a a 180hp build.

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The Coastal Victory guys are doing a 200MPH bike with a Victory engine so anything is possible. Run a search on 200MPH bike




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