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Offline HWHL


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Who cares about top end BHP of a boosted motor, that just for BS bragging at the bar, it is the toque and mid-range power that matters and with boost you get all that!


In your opinion



Offline racecomp

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Offline HWHL


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Spend a lot of time at the bar then?


Lol no I don't actually, I happen to like forced induction and was simply asking what the gains were for this system, other systems I have had on bikes and cars have worked out very well in the dollar per HP comparison.



Offline racecomp

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Lol no I don't actually, I happen to like forced induction and was simply asking what the gains were for this system, other systems I have had on bikes and cars have worked out very well in the dollar per HP comparison.

Got any pictures?



Offline HWHL


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This is my fat boy standard there around 68 RWHP with the 10psi blower we settled for 142 RWHP as the standard crank doesn't like being over 145 , 15000klm and no issues.



Offline racecomp

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This is my fat boy standard there around 68 RWHP with the 10psi blower we settled for 142 RWHP as the standard crank doesn't like being over 145 , 15000klm and no issues.

Looks like a pro-charger kit. I had a Fat-Boy many years ago, last of the silver and yellow ones, I wear the frame down riding around corners, they don't like that.



Offline HWHL


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Looks like a pro-charger kit. I had a Fat-Boy many years ago, last of the silver and yellow ones, I wear the frame down riding around corners, they don't like that.

Correct on the pro charger kit, and I don't think there is a Harley around that can turn a corner



Offline racecomp

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Correct on the pro charger kit, and I don't think there is a Harley around that can turn a corner

Agreed apart for maybe the VR 1000, it was born as result of John Britten loaning HD a motor, soon after that VR1000 was made.



Offline mondi

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You used to lean a HD down that far!?!?!?  Hmmm you are nuts!!!!!



Offline anotherforumuser

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Correct on the pro charger kit, and I don't think there is a Harley around that can turn a corner

Thats where Buel's come in.

Did the G.O.R. with 4 friends on bikes, one on an FLHR. Scared the crap out of me when he was in front, picked a shocking line and ran right over to the other side of the road on a blind corner. Luckily there was nothing coming the other way. He was keeping up quite well until that moment but scared himself too much to keep going at our pace.



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