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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 05-08-2014, 02:25 PM Thread Starter
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Procharger on a 117"

So question of the day for me. Can I add a procharger to a 117" build and how bad would the price make me cry LMAO!
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So question of the day for me. Can I add a procharger to a 117" build and how bad would the price make me cry LMAO!
My buddy just put one a worked S&S124. He had to go back to lower compression pistons and a higher lift cam. All said and done he was out of somewhere around 8K, but he has over 200HP and Torque.

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You can put a blower on any HD does mean it will work right.
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Call Frank at Dragos, it can definitely be done..... I've thought about a Pro Charger or Turbo, but then my older self kicks in and asks why. ... and I can't reasonably justify it. edit.... as soon as I submit my post I see Frank has already answered, lol.

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Seems like if you have to ask how much, you cant afford it

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Fast and dependable of course Never was looking for cheap and just because I asked doesnt mean I cant afford it. Nothing done on my bike so far has been cheap thats for sure..
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Just had a call from a Calgary, Alberta, client the other week, that we had sent him a set of our Stage IV Heads for use with a blower on his 107".
He alerted us that his combination tuned off at his local dyno shop at just a tick over 180 hp.
I asked about the torque, but could not remember, but the 180 number stuck in his head.
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Get ahold of Frank over at DragosBikeWorks for all your Blower/Turbo needs.He built my 107" with a set of his StageIV Heads.Dyno'd at 209/169 the motor has been absolutely trouble free for the last 5yrs.now going on 6.
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Get ahold of Frank over at DragosBikeWorks for all your Blower/Turbo needs.He built my 107" with a set of his StageIV Heads.Dyno'd at 209/169 the motor has been absolutely trouble free for the last 5yrs.now going on 6.
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