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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 04-05-2013, 09:54 PM Thread Starter
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Ok guys I have basically a bone stock 2011 RGU. (Stage one..heavy breather and rhinehart slip-ons). I am wanting 100 HP and about 115 torq. I have been told with just a change of cams, tune, exhaust I can pretty much get one HP per cubic inch with out changing pistons and/or head work. I was just wondering those of you that are pushing 100+ HP what set up are you using? Just trying to get ideas.
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Do you have a 103"? If so just a cam swap should get you real close. I have a 96" with a 107" kit and T-man 555tq cams and I dyno'd at 95 HP, and 118 TQ. I think the HP could be better and I'm going to do another dyno this summer to see.

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S&S 124" 136hp pretty sure this combo will get you where you want. lol
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S&S 124" 136hp pretty sure this combo will get you where you want. lol
I am sure that would get me where I want to be. Maybe after I run this one into the ground and have no choice but to replace this motor.
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Hullhorr yes I do have the 103.
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Cams, Tuner/Tune, Exhaust, & Breather ~ will get you so close ~ maybe even break the 100hp mark ~ If memory serves me to finally get over the hump ~ I did the heads....

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I like the idea of the 124" Once this one gets tied or blows up.
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Agree with Mitch i think if you want to punch over the 100 mark you got to do the heads for a strong reliable build.

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I did a fuel moto 107 with level b heads, 777 cams and 10.5 pistons. I opted for the reworked throttle body for a little more out of it. It's a pretty cost effective way to do it. Fuel moto will buy your stock heads and jugs back. I made 113hp and 127 tq with a drago 2-1.

If you do the cams, breather, exhaust and tuner....you're almost there. I'd definitely recommend the head work. And while you're there a little bump in compression pistons will make it a new bike. Compression is the only way to get hp AND tq at the same time!
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I have a FM107 kit with TW-555 cams in my batwing. See the attached dyno sheet. It has the power levels you are looking for.

You can get close to 100HP / 115 TQ with just a cam change, but make sure you don't over cam it just to hit 100HP on the big end. For my RGC I'm looking at the TW-222 in my 103. I expect around 95 HP / 110 TQ with my Rinehart Extreme duals and SE Heavy Breather.

Check Fuel Moto's website or the Wood website for some dyno sheets of different cam only builds. Dragos or Hillside could also give you some help but I am not as familiar with their work.

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