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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 09-08-2011, 08:35 PM Thread Starter
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here they are, not bad for bolt ons, VM1 cams up next 100hp,111tq
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post #2 of 36 (permalink) Old 09-08-2011, 08:42 PM
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As someone that has run a few hundred bikes, and studied a couple thousand dyno sheets. I have to ask....What the heck is that???

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Original poster, why did you run it through all the gears instead of just the one that's closest to 1:1 ratio like your supposed to?

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@kevin x that is a wot shift 1st thru 5th, and also did a 4 gear wot, and criuse, yes its a little rich down low, and i know kevin "its supopossed to be only 95hp" but maybe those georgia bikes run a little sluggish

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As someone that has run a few hundred bikes, and studied a couple thousand dyno sheets. I have to ask....What the heck is that???
besides, what is it that has you so dumbfounded?

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How do you like the torque tubes? Do you feel they are worth the $$$?
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How do you like the torque tubes? Do you feel they are worth the $$$?
hell yeah, pricey but cool looking and performance noticeable

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hell yeah, pricey but cool looking and performance noticeable
Cool. Im gonna be riding up to Lloydz to get a few things done including the tubes. they're only like an hour and a half away from me.

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That's not the prescribed method of doing a dyno run. And your arbitrary 'spike' isn't indicative of the actual torque curve. I would take it to a different dyno operator....

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