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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-06-2014, 04:54 PM Thread Starter
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2011 RGU Engine Upgrade Input wanted

I am new to the HD scene and wanted to do a little to my RGU, basically I wanted to get a little more power and get rid of the exhaust heat.

I am considering the following parts:
True Duals Headpipe to reduce the heat (no manufacturer selected yet)
Fuel Moto FM Pro Billet air cleaner
Tuner Power Vision
Cams (not sure of brand)
CFR Slip On's (Already have)

Overall goal is to have more power in the mid and upper ranges.

Does anyone have any experience with true duals/cams that fit the above criteria?

Thanks
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-06-2014, 09:27 PM
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If you look in the Dyno section you can see many combos of cams and pipes with Dyno sheets.
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I am new to the HD scene and wanted to do a little to my RGU, basically I wanted to get a little more power and get rid of the exhaust heat.

I am considering the following parts:
True Duals Headpipe to reduce the heat (no manufacturer selected yet)
Fuel Moto FM Pro Billet air cleaner
Tuner Power Vision
Cams (not sure of brand)
CFR Slip On's (Already have)

Overall goal is to have more power in the mid and upper ranges.

Does anyone have any experience with true duals/cams that fit the above criteria?

Thanks
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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-07-2014, 02:53 AM
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OC357, you had one of the most knowledgeable Harley performance builders comment on your post, I'll just say this, Contact frank at Drago's and have him put together a kit. He's highly recommended here! His knowledge wont steer you wrong my friend!

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I am new to the HD scene and wanted to do a little to my RGU, basically I wanted to get a little more power and get rid of the exhaust heat.

I am considering the following parts:
True Duals Headpipe to reduce the heat (no manufacturer selected yet)
Fuel Moto FM Pro Billet air cleaner
Tuner Power Vision
Cams (not sure of brand)
CFR Slip On's (Already have)

Overall goal is to have more power in the mid and upper ranges.

Does anyone have any experience with true duals/cams that fit the above criteria?

Thanks
Rhinehart True-Duals comes to my mind.
Contact Eastern Performance for the best price on those.
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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-22-2014, 03:04 PM
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I am new to the HD scene and wanted to do a little to my RGU, basically I wanted to get a little more power and get rid of the exhaust heat.

I am considering the following parts:
True Duals Headpipe to reduce the heat (no manufacturer selected yet)
Fuel Moto FM Pro Billet air cleaner
Tuner Power Vision
Cams (not sure of brand)
CFR Slip On's (Already have)

Overall goal is to have more power in the mid and upper ranges.

Does anyone have any experience with true duals/cams that fit the above criteria?

Thanks
Good choice of tuning device, personally, I would not run true duals, a GOOD tune will get rid of the heat.
I would run an X pipe, from fuel moto, Full sac, V&H, ect. OR a 2-1.
Then add a set of Andrews 57's for cams and you will be a happy man.
I just did another one of these last week, and for a "Bolt in" Stage 2 build it's hard to beat.
Power feels good everywhere.

Good luck.

Don't forget the tune.
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If looking for even more in the low-mid, an Andrews 48 REALLY pumps up that area.
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