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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 08-25-2015, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
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Buddy owns a dyno. Bike is all stock 2500 miles now. All that is done is freeze type deals I took out of mufflers. Rest is stock all stock. To my surprise it only made 69hp and 76tq. Weird it pulls like a freight train. The graph was very flat all the way across and the air fuel was about factory perfect. I think guys with 83hp and 100tq are not all stock.
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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 08-25-2015, 08:17 PM Thread Starter
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Pulled air cleaner cover and slid filter out went up the road air noise was loud and bike pulled front wheel off the ground in first twisting the throttle. What I thought its choked up pretty bad from the factory. I kept thinking these guys are getting 100 tq all stock wow. Nope like a HD stock there crippled. EPA has them choked up. Being a 106 and lighter bike it just felt different that 106 feels good long stroking through the throttle range.
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Those dyno numbers you got seem strange to me. I'm not saying you're wrong or anything negative like that, but my highball feels much more ferocious than the dyno suggests. Oh well says me! Plenty of torque for this guy... any more and I just might hurt myself.
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different dynos show different numbers, yours sound pretty low, mean dyno is all

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Weird I was real happy before dyno. But if it feels good with these numbers on the street it pulls fast and hard. Seemed like the dyno brake was on things moved pretty slow during the pulls. Don't matter if it feels this good now tomorrow the timing wheel will be here. And in a few days a RPW Thor will be here. Buddy is going to see after he gets to his shop after work how much a PCV 5 can be had for. Then as money gets here looks like a Lloyds TQ tubes will be ordered. It should wake up then. Thinking maybe the 2015s are really choked up. I hope hahaaha
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Yeah his dyno since new always leaves guys crying when they leave lol.
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Buddy owns a dyno. Bike is all stock 2500 miles now. All that is done is freeze type deals I took out of mufflers. Rest is stock all stock. To my surprise it only made 69hp and 76tq. Weird it pulls like a freight train. The graph was very flat all the way across and the air fuel was about factory perfect. I think guys with 83hp and 100tq are not all stock.
Your numbers do look low mate. I think you will find the numbers quoted of 83/100 are at the motor. Your numbers are at the wheel.

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When dynoing anything you have to remember temperature and humidity play big factors. Does your friend run a huge fan in front of the bike while making pulls? I know guys who's bikes will dyno 10-15hp spread on two different machines.
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Yeah I don't really care. All it means is I got alot of room to get her running. Dyno is a tool. Dewey in New Mexico told me one time I was putting his heads on a wide glide he said put on the dyno and tune it. Don't worry about the numbers in a few weeks give me a call after you have run a few guys. That bike made 94 hp and 101 tq. And would walk on alot higher dyno bikes out in a street race. When the tire hits the street that tells the real story. It runs good now for a stock bike. Just need to unleash it now.
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Yeah I don't really care. All it means is I got alot of room to get her running. Dyno is a tool. Dewey in New Mexico told me one time I was putting his heads on a wide glide he said put on the dyno and tune it. Don't worry about the numbers in a few weeks give me a call after you have run a few guys. That bike made 94 hp and 101 tq. And would walk on alot higher dyno bikes out in a street race. When the tire hits the street that tells the real story. It runs good now for a stock bike. Just need to unleash it now.
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