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Dyno Results...

Discussion in 'Dyno Runs' started by nthery520, Jun 4, 2012.

  1. zenbiker

    zenbiker Member

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    I like the curves better with the baffles. You are way down on torque and hp at anything under 4000 rpm without them. One of the things I like best about the 117 S&S is the low end grunt. I think a longer duration cam will just move the curve to the right.
    Great results in any case!
     
  2. liferider

    liferider Guru

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    How are y'all getting the belt to hold up on the K9? The K9 has a 1" belt going to the rear. My 04 chopper has a 1 1/4" belt going to the rear pully. I also have both new pullys. One coming off the transmission and a new Mad Clown pully on the rear wheel. With the belt properly adjusted. If I romp on it from a dead stop or at any speed under 20 mph most of the times my rear belt will jump a tooth. And yes my belt is new also. Now I have a 107 motor. Have not Dynoed the bike but S&S says this motor should be putting out around 105 - 110 hp. So if y'all are dynoing 133hp how are y'all keeping the belt from jumping teeth???? Also I'm running a BDL open primary with a ball bearing lock up clutch. That might explain why there is no give for slippage!
     
    #22 liferider, May 16, 2014
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