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had powder coated wheels installed, my drop in cams installed, timing wheel and lloydz filter. getting dyno in two weeks, set up with mapping now. popping all but gone, power way more, was hoping for some more low end, but this animal is just a different breed than my harley... but definately ferocious. im sure the dyno will help, and it will tell me im making a ton of power, its just delivered in a different way on the victorys than harleys. i like the blacked out wheels, they should come stock on the blacked out motor bikes, and the price wqas right at 450 installed with the swap. getting to the point6 of completion on my bike now, all the features, parts, power and styling to suit my needs. just put 2000 miles on on a trip up thru oregon and washington, bike ran flawlessly, and matched my buddys 110's in almost all ways and out handled all of them. ill post more after dyno...
 

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Looks Bad Ass! thumb up

Your power mods are coming together nicely.

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Livin' the dream man. You got the power to match to the looks ! thumb up

PS: I'm still getting used to revving my bike to get the power I want (no cams, yet). I just think the motor has a rather harsh/agricultural sound to it when revved hard. I'm guessing the overhead cams are part of the reason:confused:
I just ride with the tunes louder to compensate...
 

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Livin' the dream man. You got the power to match to the looks ! thumb up

PS: I'm still getting used to revving my bike to get the power I want (no cams, yet). I just think the motor has a rather harsh/agricultural sound to it when revved hard. I'm guessing the overhead cams are part of the reason:confused:
I just ride with the tunes louder to compensate...
you think its agricultural now, with my big honker exhaust , the new filter and the cams it sounds like a lexion770 harvester... the power hits hard at 3500 and just flat out pulls, but its really a sneaky fast, i find myself on the same roads going waaay faster into the same turns, its something ill get used to but ive only ridden it 100 miles since saturday. my harley with the 203 se cams was much more usable power since they came on at 2500, im finding out you cant make a vic powerband react like a harley powerband, no matter how much power you produce, i know on paper i have more power than my roadglide but down low it feels weak. its just plain made to rev. period.
 
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