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Old 11-18-2012, 10:26 AM
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I have been to Jamie's shop twice from FL on two bikes ~ I currently have the 107kit on my 10 LTD with no issues and great power ~ it is faster than my CVO 110 that has been stage III'd ~ I have 71k on the 10 and over 11k on the 107 ~ currently using woods777' and a stock header with cat removed and Jackpot Slip Ons the bike makes 110/111 without a lot of tuning ~ I had ordered jamie's 2/1 propipe but cancelled the order when I bought the cvo. I felt like there was still alot more juice there with the correct pipe. On the 10 I used the PCV and autotune ~ I did the install on the assembly of the 107 and bike fired right up and ran great.... I am a FM fan and have used their product since 06 ~ customer service on all their products has always exceeded expectations. on the CVO RG the first change was to remove the HD true duals the dealer had installed (his Demo) and put on Jamies 2/1/2 ceramic header ~ instant seat of the pants torque....
All, thanks for the info trying to figure out if I'll be retiring or staying in the AF for a couple more years. I want FM 107 in my sled, need to pull the trigger. Having had a 00 Softail Standard, 03 RK, and now a 10 RG, I have always heard the HD heads are airflow restrictive. Wouldn't it be better to go with a different head and the FM 107, or just keep stock, or polish flow the stock heads? Everyones thoughts?
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Old 11-18-2012, 11:00 AM
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My buddy installed the FM 107 kit on his Road King and I can attest as I've ridden it a few times, it is phenomenal.

I've purchased FM's ceramic headpipe and their 4" Jackpots and I'm very happy. Customer service is excellent due to the multiple times I've requested maps as I tweaked and installed other performance components (SE-255 cams, etc...). Who else do you know has map profiles for the countless performance combinations we can install on our bikes.

Now that my RG is out of warranty, I will be pull the trigger on the 107 kit in a couple of years. Will ride my bike to Jamie's shop and since he's going to split the cases, might as well have the heads done too. I'll just go to Milwaukee for a couple of days and visit the HD museum as he is working on my bike.
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Old 08-18-2013, 08:15 AM
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I am thinking of upgrading to the 107 myself.

What hp and tq did you get?

Also, can you share with me the cost of the upgrade (parts & labor)?

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Old 08-18-2013, 09:09 AM
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I am thinking of upgrading to the 107 myself.

What hp and tq did you get?

Also, can you share with me the cost of the upgrade (parts & labor)?

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Dan,"..........Give Jamie a call at Fuel Moto next week. He can answer your questions on cost and what you can expect out of the build. Jamie and Keith are real good guys to talk to.....straight shooters. Also look on Fuel Moto's Face Book page, it shows what they did to the customers bikes and the results.
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Old 08-18-2013, 02:36 PM
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I'm still have a little hesitation about the 107" kit. It almost sounds to good to be true. I'm waiting to see what kind of numbers they get when they port the heads. If anybody has anymore info about this 107" kit please post it. if there getting 118T and 106HP with out porting the heads then this kit is a no brainer. My main concern is (reliability)!!!!!!!
+1 on the above post. You call them up, tell them what you want, and they will get you a quote. I did alot of research on these type builds and I couldn't find one bad review on these dudes. They got it down.

They also have plenty of dyno charts on their website with the 107" build with ported heads. Torque is in the mid 120's and HP in the mid 100's (These #'s will depend on the entire setup; Cams, heads, exhaust, etc).

I've got an appt for 18 Sept and I'll let you all know how it runs. I'm fired up!!!! Here are some of their links:

http://www.fuelmotousa.com/site/107-inch-big-bore.html
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I ordered the fuel moto kit over a year ago and installed it myself. I think I can probably answer several of y'alls questions. First, I ordered the 107, 10.5 pistons, level b heads, 777 cams, ported TB and pc5 with autotune. Everything comes packed neatly together. Just send your old cylinders and heads back in the box the new ones came in. My bike made 113hp and 127tq. I've done several 3-4,000+ mile trips and one iron butt on it since the build....it ran flawlessly everytime. I typically ride 100-350 miles on any given saturday or sunday with my buddies....never had a problem. All together i think I'm a little over 20,000 trouble free miles on it. As far as comparisons go....103 stage 4's are fun to outrun, 110 CVO guys really get their feelings hurt. All in all, I would highly recommend the Fuel Moto 107. I'm glad I did it. It's the most bang for the buck. Also, it's the reason I'm building one of their 117's now!
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Would like to do it this winter. Especially with those wimpy water cooled engines coming out!


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I have been in contact with keith just today. Fast response on my questions. I purchase a PCV a few years back on my 09 RKC. Now I am drooling to pull the trigger on the 107, but it may take a minute to make sure I do it right!
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+1 on the above post. You call them up, tell them what you want, and they will get you a quote. I did alot of research on these type builds and I couldn't find one bad review on these dudes. They got it down.

They also have plenty of dyno charts on their website with the 107" build with ported heads. Torque is in the mid 120's and HP in the mid 100's (These #'s will depend on the entire setup; Cams, heads, exhaust, etc).

I've got an appt for 18 Sept and I'll let you all know how it runs. I'm fired up!!!! Here are some of their links:

http://www.fuelmotousa.com/site/107-inch-big-bore.html
JaySlo, how did the visit to Fuel Motto go?
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Jayslo I am interested in your trip as well I am planning a trip there next feb, No idea what they are doing I just told them I wanted a 120+ build..
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