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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 09-25-2016, 08:57 AM Thread Starter
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I KNEW I should NOT have done a dyno....

I now know the truth on my 120ST.... not that impressive if you ask me. Being in Reno, I know my numbers would/could be much better out near the coast... Im at 4500ft.

So.. here is what I have

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83 degrees.... 25.56 in-Hg.... 17% Humidity and STD 1.19

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105.11 HP and 114.59 TQ



I knew I should NOT have done it.... oh well... it was done by Dyno Jet on their mobile dyno.... so it was not a DETAILED dyno for $190..... AFR's were all over the map and they smoothed them out nicely....runs better, so I have that now... LOL

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I would have expected a lot more too. My 11 RGU 103 with 590 cams and mild head work hit 100hp-110tq.

Are you running true duals? I'm going to assume so. 2-1 will net more.


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Wow! That's not real impressive, that's the #'s that a 103 stage 2 is producing. I am sure it put a on your face.
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I would have expected a lot more too. My 11 RGU 103 with 590 cams and mild head work hit 100hp-110tq.

Are you running true duals? I'm going to assume so. 2-1 will net more.

Nope... listed my 2-1 1074X Thunder Header in the post with all the rest... tuner, module and AC

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Wow! That's not real impressive, that's the #'s that a 103 stage 2 is producing. I am sure it put a on your face.
No shit Mark.... when he told me... I laughed and said... no.... really... whats my numbers? his response didn't change....I needed another beer at that point... LOL!!!

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No shit Mark.... when he told me... I laughed and said... no.... really... whats my numbers? his response didn't change....I needed another beer at that point... LOL!!!
I bet you had more then 1 beer, don't drink too much you need the money for a new dyno tune.


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I bet you had more then 1 beer, don't drink too much you need the money for a new dyno tune.
Oh yeah... Street Vibrations fall rally in full swing... I had many more beers after that... LOL!

Thinkin I may go with the 124kit with headwork down the road... who knows.... FM boasts 141 HP and 146 TQ

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Nope... listed my 2-1 1074X Thunder Header in the post with all the rest... tuner, module and AC
Ya. I tried editing my post but it's taken an hour to log on. Someone through out the anchor on my data plan. It's soooooo slow today. May just be RG.org.


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Spazz,

Take a ride to Hayward CA and have Bob @ RC Cycles tune your bike. He is amazing and should be able to tune that bike right. I ride all the way up from S. Cal to have him tune my bikes. I don't trust anyone else.

I have a 103 with Drago's 580 cam and Drago II 2-1 pipe getting 105/115. based on your #'s I don;t think I would go 120. Lol

You're close enough you could ride over in the morning, Dyno mid day and be home for a late dinner.

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