[QUOTE=cadtools;390085]Well, picked up the bike last Saturday, rode it a bit and the only problem I am having (other than the fact that keeping it under 3500 RPM ishelping me "develop patience") is that my choice of air filters did not work from a right leg clearance standpoint. The SE "Pro" air filter 29515-08 sticks a bit further out on the right than I would like, especially with a cover. So, I did a bit more of a study on my alternatives and found the following flow rates at 1.5" water posted on the K&N web site. Results for the heavy breather were surprisingly low, as the ventilator was surprisingly high.... I will be installing the ventilator (version for 58mm throttle body) as soon as it gets here.
Below are the web links to the K&N performance curves. I shall not editorialize other than saying that I will be installing a ventilator, and taking direct measurements of the filters soonest to correlate flow rate rations to area ratios just for the heck of it.
I have a dyno that shows just the opposite, The SE Heavy Breather for the 58mm TB vs the SE Ventilator 58mm. With my setup I got 99hp with the Ventilator, changed and finished tuned I ended up with 117hp so I would say to U that test that U talk about doesn't match up with the SE specs....OH it isn't a Heavy Breather,, it is a cheap copy???
There are atleast 3 Harley 103" Stage IV's that I have seen offered in the last couple years or so. The Pro Race Kit Stage IV is what I was sold and it is no way street legal, it is however faster than any touring bike I have ever ridden or that I have run across. My kit actually came with an AIM clutch, forged pistons, CNC 110 heads with 2.080 intake Valves, 58mmTB, injectors, and I had to add the Heavy Breather when tuning from canned map. I also had a tuner, which they credited me for the one in the Kit...