I finally made it up to Kevin X's new shop for some performance parts. Since buying the 2012 Vision in late March the only thing I have done to the engine was to install Lloyds timing wheel. Seemed like a good start but I soon realized that the EPA leaned this bike out to the point that it really needed help. I know air cooled v-twins run hot on those August days in Florida, but traffic jams really suck on a lean engine. After a few conversations with Kevin. we had decided that adding the top filter,Lloydz pc3 and quarter turn throttle ring should give me the performance that Ma Vic wasn't allowed to. After much good conversation as I watched a true professional wrench at work, the Vision moved to the dyno. The 02's were replaced with bung plugs to clean up the appearance and then on with the show.I have not seen the dyno process before, but Kevin explained the objective step by step. I personally like to do my own mechanical work on all my vehicles, so trusting others to wrench on my bike has been a leap of faith. I now have no regrets. The Vision has never run this smooth before. Just touch the starter and it eagerly fires and idles perfectly. The dyno numbers turned 90 hp and 106 tq. The best part is how the power comes on, linear and strong. I rarely rev above 4 grand, but now revving to just shy of 5 grand is awsome. I should have had this work done sooner but it takes a while save up on my budget. If any of you ever had any doubts about Kevin's mastery of the Victory engine tune, doubt no more. Starting next week I begin to save up for drop in cams.High Springs is about as centrally located as you can get for Florida. Make a call and make the trip. You will be glad you did. I am.