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Talking 255's, pipe, intake, tuner 110/95

Here is what a 103 can do with a great tune, sert, 255's a boyesen power x intake and an rb racing lsr spider pipe. cool:

The bike accelerates cleanly from 1900 rpm on up! Yes I know it can be hard on the bottom end. NO it is not lugging...LOL

The power is smooth and there is no "drop" in power as you will hear preached about 255 cams... THIS IS INEXPENSIVE POWER THAT IS ESP FRIENDLY!

110ft/lbs and 95hp. NOTHING TO SNEEZE AT!
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Much nicer curves in your 103 w/255s than the stock 110s ~ must be the heads, are they stock 103 heads?

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Much nicer curves in your 103 w/255s than the stock 110s ~ must be the heads, are they stock 103 heads?

Yep that is a very happy chart for a stage 2 with 255s.

But all that really matters is that the OP is pleased.


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Much nicer curves in your 103 w/255s than the stock 110s ~ must be the heads, are they stock 103 heads?
No kidding. I'm at 90/110 on my 110 with the D&D setup and sert.

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never seen a 255 carry the power that far right on a stock 103
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Smile :) great numbers!

A great tune matched up with an intake and exhaust that maximize velocity going in and out of the cylinder goes a long way in making a motor work right.

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Smile Not really "happy" Parts work well together and tune is very good

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Yep that is a very happy chart for a stage 2 with 255s.

But all that really matters is that the OP is pleased.


Not "Happy" actually

ReVerified on 2 other dyno's this weekend.

+/- 2ft lbs and +/- 3 hp and both of them

I know of 3 ways to manage airflow in a air cleaner to increase efficiency and decrease turbulence going through a throttle body... The boyesen intake really makes a difference in velocity, the exhaust helps the top end as well...

Rare example of stars aligning and parts working together.

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Mountainman--The exhaust is 1 3/4" or 2"? I'm assuming 1 3/4" since you have stock heads.


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Not "Happy" actually

ReVerified on 2 other dyno's this weekend.

+/- 2ft lbs and +/- 3 hp and both of them

I know of 3 ways to manage airflow in a air cleaner to increase efficiency and decrease turbulence going through a throttle body... The boyesen intake really makes a difference in velocity, the exhaust helps the top end as well...

Rare example of stars aligning and parts working together.
An optimized Intake and exhaust system followed by a “great tune” will allow for maximum utilization of a cams design characteristics throughout the RPM range. They will NOT however, push power levels beyond the physical design characteristics of the cams RPM power band.

Could you post the charts of the 2 other re-verified dyno pulls?
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