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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-26-2019, 06:57 AM Thread Starter
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2005 twin cam Dyno numbers

I bought this bike in the spring. I have been doing research to figure out what I have. I know it's got a screaming eagle cam se-257 cam which I know are not the best choice. I did look through a bore scope and saw what look like the Pistons in the picture. I also attached the Dyno sheet and the cam specs. Seems to me it may have a 95" kit installed. I have rhienhart true duals. Cranking pressure is 165 in each cylinder. It seems it should've making a little more power than it is.i also got the orange screaming eagle race tuner with it.i was wondering what I can do to help it out some more. It does run pretty good. But more is better for me.
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I bought this bike in the spring. I have been doing research to figure out what I have. I know it's got a screaming eagle cam se-257 cam which I know are not the best choice. I did look through a bore scope and saw what look like the Pistons in the picture. I also attached the Dyno sheet and the cam specs. Seems to me it may have a 95" kit installed. I have rhienhart true duals. Cranking pressure is 165 in each cylinder. It seems it should've making a little more power than it is.i also got the orange screaming eagle race tuner with it.i was wondering what I can do to help it out some more. It does run pretty good. But more is better for me.
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That looks about right. Swapping out those 05 heads for 06-on heads would help it more than a little.
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Thanks I was thinking of some kind of head work. Maybe a thinner gasket for compression bump
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