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post #11 of 34 (permalink) Old 01-27-2019, 06:26 PM
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If he's got a 19 RGS, it's a 114" motor.

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Nice torque! What size engine?
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post #12 of 34 (permalink) Old 01-27-2019, 08:47 PM Thread Starter
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Yep, stock 114 with just air cleaner, cam, Power Vision tuner and heavier clutch springs.
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Good numbers, especially for a basically stock engine.

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I had already bought the parts for this build in the beginning right after I got the bike (no, I can never leave anything alone).

But, the next step probably this coming fall will be 120" bore with a little more compression, Zippers 472 cam, 64mm TB, injectors, and lock up clutch. That should give me about the same power now with a passenger loaded with gear. I don't need more than I have now unloaded by myself. Don't want to out-power the rear tire or transmission. Don't care about the dyno numbers, just the feel of the bike get'n it!

But for now enjoying the ride.

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How about a little sound clip? Great numbers btw.


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How about a little sound clip? Great numbers btw.
I can try with the phone tonight but my experience is you just don't get the "pop" this thing has. you would swear I'm running really high compression with snap in the sound but just stock.
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Did a video with my phone but the sound is NOTHING like it really sounds so no point in posting. I don't think the phone thing works.
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those are very impressive numbers for basically a stage 2 engine with a long duration cam...

i would have expected some cylinder and/or head work would be in order to achieve that amount of torque that low in the revs.
had you done anything to the top end at all?

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those are very impressive numbers for basically a stage 2 engine with a long duration cam...

i would have expected some cylinder and/or head work would be in order to achieve that amount of torque that low in the revs.
had you done anything to the top end at all?

You'd be surprised how well the stock heads flow. Unless you are going to the larger TB and injectors, and more cubes like the 124"/128"the stock heads flow surprisingly well. That's why some of these aftermarket cams are yielding some impressive numbers. Its just not a crucial as it was on the TC's to do headwork only now the bar is getting higher so it is all relative.

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You'd be surprised how well the stock heads flow. Unless you are going to the larger TB and injectors, and more cubes like the 124"/128"the stock heads flow surprisingly well. That's why some of these aftermarket cams are yielding some impressive numbers. Its just not a crucial as it was on the TC's to do headwork only now the bar is getting higher so it is all relative.
i'm not surprised about the M8 head flow at all.
that and the super efficient combustion are the biggest reasons i bought one.
with 2 intake valves they must have increased velocity, also, because air can get lazy real quickly with higher volumes.
being able to maintain volumetric efficiencies with software these days is really cool for an old carb guy.

i usually refer to FuelMoto's dyno charts for comparison because they're usually conservative (read honest)
to get anywhere close to the OP's 120 ft.-lbs of torque at 2,250 rpm would require a 120" engine & head mods according to their website.

just haven't seen this kinda torque that low in the rev band to compare it to.
woulda thunk it had more displacement.

it is very impressive!
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