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Re: 2009 SE ultra dyno results
« Reply #195 on: March 14, 2010, 12:10:34 PM »

Just got her back from the winter sleep all mods are final , I hope.
Heavy Breather air cleaner, stock pipes with cat removed by Fullsac, Fulsac 2 1/4 cores no packing, Andrews 54 cams, stock throttle body and manifold bored to 53mm. Cant wait to ride it!!!!

You better hold on tight, awesome torque curve, should be really fun to ride .... congratulations! ;D

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Re: Dyno Numbers 2010 FHLTCUSE5
« Reply #196 on: April 02, 2010, 08:29:48 PM »

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Stage 1 with K&N Filter, Vance and Hines Power Duals, Vance and Hines Monster Ovals, SERT
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Max Torque=109.55
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Re: Dyno Numbers
« Reply #197 on: April 03, 2010, 11:17:45 AM »

'06 SEUC, Changed out the head pipes to Basanni Power Curve Duals and V&H Ovals for the mufflers. Zippers high flow A/C. Oh and SERT, otherwise stock.

82.35 HP
88.17 Torque
On a WINPEP Dyno

Sound about right?
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Re: Dyno Numbers
« Reply #198 on: April 03, 2010, 03:39:16 PM »

'06 SEUC, Changed out the head pipes to Basanni Power Curve Duals and V&H Ovals for the mufflers. Zippers high flow A/C. Otherwise stock.

82.35 HP
88.17 Torque

Sound about right?

49445CVO,

What mechanism was used to tune your bike, SERT, SUPER SERT, TTS, Power Commander ?

To me this sounds about 10 light on both sides.  typically .. pipes, a/c, tune on the 103's was roughly 98 tq / 93 hp give or take a couple on most dyno jet 250i dyno's.   Check out the SEEG Dyno Sheets its pretty consistent.   Could be a super super stingy dyno so, before getting upset about it, I would do another run on another 250i for peace of mind sake.
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Re: Dyno Numbers
« Reply #199 on: April 03, 2010, 04:13:51 PM »

49445CVO,

What mechanism was used to tune your bike, SERT, SUPER SERT, TTS, Power Commander ?

To me this sounds about 10 light on both sides.  typically .. pipes, a/c, tune on the 103's was roughly 98 tq / 93 hp give or take a couple on most dyno jet 250i dyno's.   Check out the SEEG Dyno Sheets its pretty consistent.   Could be a super super stingy dyno so, before getting upset about it, I would do another run on another 250i for peace of mind sake.

SERT
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Re: Dyno Numbers
« Reply #200 on: April 03, 2010, 04:28:10 PM »

One other question, was this done in 4th gear?  If it was it could be right on the numbers.

5th gear pull with Rinehart true duals, A/C , SERT all 3 of my CVO 103's have dyno'd within a hp / tq of each other.  The curve looked like this.  
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Re: Dyno Numbers
« Reply #201 on: April 03, 2010, 05:20:33 PM »

I will give him a call and see on Monday. I want to see the before and after too. Thanks for the heads up.
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Re: Dyno Numbers
« Reply #202 on: April 08, 2010, 12:09:08 AM »

Any Update on this 49445 ?
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Re: Dyno Numbers
« Reply #203 on: April 08, 2010, 06:07:36 AM »

Sorry I got busy and forgot. I will call him today.

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Re: Dyno Numbers
« Reply #204 on: April 08, 2010, 12:07:51 PM »

One other question, was this done in 4th gear?  If it was it could be right on the numbers.

5th gear pull with Rinehart true duals, A/C , SERT all 3 of my CVO 103's have dyno'd within a hp / tq of each other.  The curve looked like this.  

Yes it was a fourth gear dyno.
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Re: Dyno Numbers
« Reply #205 on: April 08, 2010, 01:00:17 PM »

As a 4th gear pull the numbers sound like they are in line, unfortunately, without seeing a 5th gear to truly compare it, can say definitively.  I would expect to see around 5-7 torque and 5-7 horsepower for the 5th gear / but could be more.
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Re: Dyno Numbers
« Reply #206 on: April 29, 2010, 12:26:10 PM »

Just got the 2010 Ultra run done on the dyno. The engine is set up with the SE A/C, SERT, V&H Power Duals and the SE 259e cam. The mufflers are Kirkers with Mikuni PAT cores. Sound is polite and classic. This is my first touring bike and I plan to travel and don't want issues with noise level but love the rumble. (I have a highly modified FatBoy for raising hell). I love everything about the Ultra and there is plenty juice to keep me happy. I have done some other mods like the new Windsplitter windshield and I will post a list of those with pics within a few days.
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Re: Dyno Numbers
« Reply #207 on: April 29, 2010, 12:34:10 PM »

Just got the 2010 Ultra run done on the dyno. The engine is set up with the SE A/C, SERT, V&H Power Duals and the SE 259e cam. The mufflers are Kirkers with Mikuni PAT cores. Sound is polite and classic. This is my first touring bike and I plan to travel and don't want issues with noise level but love the rumble. (I have a highly modified FatBoy for raising hell). I love everything about the Ultra and there is plenty juice to keep me happy. I have done some other mods like the new Windsplitter windshield and I will post a list of those with pics within a few days.

"POLITE"??
Love it!
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Re: Dyno Numbers
« Reply #208 on: April 29, 2010, 05:04:46 PM »

06' FLHTCUSE 103CI to 107CI Conversion:

1. NRHS Stage 2 CNC welded & ported TC 88 heads (1.90 intake and 1.615 exhaust) set to 87cc to achieve 10.2:1 static compression (swapped out my 103 heads)
2. Andrews Hydraulic Cam Conversion Kit with Andrews 54N cams
3. Bored Cylinders to 3.938 and installed CP 107FT forged pistons
4. Changed out injectors to SE 4.90 gms/sec
5. SE High Flow Air Cleaner and Rinehart True Duals with Performance Baffles
6. Dyno Tuned - SERT

104PWR  112TRQ   I gained 26.4HP and 29.4TQ over my stock 103CI motor with the original stage 1 upgrades!


UPDATE!!! Switched to "quiet baffles" from "performance baffles" with my Rinehart True Duals plus a retune and I picked up about 25 ft/lbs of torque at 2200 rpm while reaching 100 ft/lbs at that rpm. What an improvement over the "performance baffles" where I didn't reach 100 ft/lbs until about 3250 rpm.

I now have alot more area under the curve with 100 ft/lbs or more of torque from 2200 to 4700 rpm. I lost some at the top end, but with an 885 lb. bagger, I think the overall change in the torque curve was well worth the tradeoff. The bike is alot more responsive and alot more fun to ride. The "seat of your pants dyno" difference is amazing.

I am very surprised at the results with just a baffle change and retune. Any thoughts?

I have attached the new Dyno Chart

PS: I'd like to thank all responders for their input regarding the change I made.
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Re: Dyno Numbers
« Reply #209 on: April 29, 2010, 05:13:09 PM »

Switched to "quiet baffles" from "performance baffles" with my Rinehart True Duals plus a retune and I picked up about 25 ft/lbs of torque at 2200 rpm while reaching 100 ft/lbs at that rpm. What an improvement over the "performance baffles" where I didn't reach 100 ft/lbs until about 3250 rpm.

I now have alot more area under the curve with 100 ft/lbs or more of torque from 2200 to 4700 rpm. I lost some at the top end, but with an 885 lb. bagger, I think the overall change in the torque curve was well worth the tradeoff. The bike is alot more responsive and alot more fun to ride. The "seat fo your pants dyno" difference is amazing.

I am very surprised at the results with just a baffle change and retune. Any thoughts?

I have attached the new Dyno Chart

PS: I'd like to thank all responders for their input regarding the change I made.


Nice to see another join those of us making it happen with True Duals! Great increase in the area we ride. JMO

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