I can understand you being a bit disappointed but I don't think that the #s are something you would get out of a 107 build.
To begin you would be hard pressed to find 107 builds that are getting 127 ft lb of torque, the HP isn't that important anyway so why is it much of a issue TORQUE is where it is at.
Looking at most builds on the 88 inch engines with a 95 inch BB it was typical to try for 100 hp and 100 ft lbs of torque, then HD stroked the 88 inch engine 3/8 of an inch and you got the 96 inch and with a 103 inch BB in it you would get 90 to 95 HP and 104 to 112 ft lbs of torque (depending on the cam). The stroked 103 engine would not produce the HP #s the 95 engine would but the 103 would beat the 95 hands down on torque.
Dyno #s depend on the ability of the dyno tech doing the tune and also on how familiar the dyno tech is with the tuner you are using and of course the elevation and humidity also affects the dyno results.
I would think you could have the bike dyno tuned again and you may pick up or lose a little bit on the #s but the main thing is to make the bike a comfortable bike to ride on the street. JMO
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08 FLTR candy red sunglo,with 2015 103 HO, V&H Dresser Duals with Monster Rounds, Power Vision tuner, Willy Shiny Wheels and Forks and a bunch of other stuff.