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Old 12-31-2012, 12:48 PM
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I love the one or two that always chime in and try to bring the OP down by making cynical comments. Save that crap for the hdforum. I thought this forum was suppose to be different?
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I love the one or two that always chime in and try to bring the OP down by making cynical comments. Save that crap for the hdforum. I thought this forum was suppose to be different?
You get a little bit everywhere, but definitely not as much here.

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I'm as happy as can be with the continuously available power.
and that's what matters. Enjoy the ride!
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Enjoy the upgrade. Numbers are for bench racing.
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Sir, nicely put. So very true on all counts. DOOF

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Regardless of what your numbers are, as long as it runs good and your happy that's all that matters.You could go to 10 different dyno's and get 10 different results. You can even go to the same dyno on different days and still get different numbers whether they're using correction factor or not. Just remember the dyno is a tuning tool, numbers just give you a ballpark of where you are. With numbers like you have, even if the dyno is "happy" you still have a very stout motor. Now go run the hell out of it!
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How does it feel? big difference? I am looking to upgrade my 103, It feels doggy compared to my 07 96" I was thinking of turbo or supercharger but I think there ugly strapped to the side of the bike.
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How does it feel? big difference? I am looking to upgrade my 103, It feels doggy compared to my 07 96" I was thinking of turbo or supercharger but I think there ugly strapped to the side of the bike.
In this case it would be okay because there's an ugly SOB on top of the bike too

In all honesty, I've eyed a few different options to get a little more outta my 103" also......the HD stage IV is on the list as an option, the warranty part appeals to me A LOT....ride hard, put away wet, repeat
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Those numbers are higher than the Harley numbers listed in the catalog, which are "crank" numbers.
SE Catalog shows corrected rear wheel.
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