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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 02-27-2011, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
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07 103" Roadglide, Stock Heads, 255's

2007 103" SE flat tops & jugs, stock heads, SE 255's, V&H True Duals w/Rush slip-on's, Forcewinder intake, SERT, & a perfect tune by Big Boyz in Maine.....


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post #2 of 25 (permalink) Old 02-27-2011, 10:16 PM
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I'm interested as I have a similar build except PC-V and autotune, but didn't see and dyno info attached.
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I'm interested as I have a similar build except PC-V and autotune, but didn't see and dyno info attached.
That is the dyno run.... what info would you like?

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Perhaps we are looking for a Dyno Sheet as thats what this thread is for. You gave us the info as to what you had installed but no dyno sheet. What hp and tq did you get out of this build!?
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Perhaps we are looking for a Dyno Sheet as thats what this thread is for. You gave us the info as to what you had installed but no dyno sheet. What hp and tq did you get out of this build!?
Yep...what he said!
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It is posted as an image- shows up on my screen, maybe you have something blocked in your settings? Try it as an attachment-
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I see it now since you reposted in last repsonse.

Looks like nice smooth curves
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I didn't see anything on the first post either, numbers look pretty good, looks like enough torque to pull a train.
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I used the SE 103 kit with the 255 cams with the STOCK heads and a HD race tuner , using Vance & Hines true duels & a K&N air filter . The bike dynoed out with max HP 84.94 & max torque 107.20 . IMO this is a great engine build for the average rider , the build is economical & dependable & gives you the power you need for touring whether you are riding by yourself or riding 2 up . Putting another $2,000 into heads will only get you another 8lbs or so of torque and that's not much bang for the buck $$$ . IMO use the stock heads until the heads need to be reworked , put the $2,000 in extra bling and ride .
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Why not just set of SE204 cams and a tune. Lot more cost effective for almost matching results.

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