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Old 11-11-2012, 09:05 PM   #1
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ProCharger V-Rod kits coming soon

Hey guys new to the site, I just wanted to let you know I have teamed up with Procharger to build kits for the v-rods since they don't offer one. Protoype pics can be checked out at www.hennracingtech.com (they havent been updated in awhile but will get some new ones there this week. I have been working on this kit for about a year. It will be top of the line kit. If you have any questions shoot! I will try to get some pics up of the build asap!
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:09 AM   #2
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:34 AM   #3
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Nice what sort of hp do you think they will push out
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:36 AM   #4
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I take that back hate the location of the intercooler looks naff imho....
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Old 11-12-2012, 04:13 AM   #5
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in support of pro charger hooking up us vrods ,but i agree with oz ,thats intercooler just screams out , trask lookalike ,im wanting something a lot more under wraps or at least bleneded in with the lines of our bikes , that might be hard with an f model ,better u come up with something on a dx or A model ,no one wants or owns an F cos they are butt ugly to start with
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Old 11-12-2012, 05:22 AM   #6
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I take that back hate the location of the intercooler looks naff imho....


The whole setup is awful looking !! for the streets anyways..
Need to find a way to tuck everything in including the piping

What would be the sense in adding a power boosting Supercharger and then put power losing
Toxic pipes on it !!!
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Love the idea of a Pro Charger kit for the vrod. That is way overdue. However, I agree that the intercooler needs to be more discreet - that is the main reason I never bought a turbo.
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The whole setup is awful looking !! for the streets anyways..
Need to find a way to tuck everything in including the piping

What would be the sense in adding a power boosting Supercharger and then put power losing
Toxic pipes on it !!!
Actually with a supercharger on it the inlet and exhaust aren't really a big issue are they?

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Not sure what the hp ratings will be. I have 4 different blower pulleys and belts to try while we are tuning it, along with 3 different types of injectors and 2 different sized intercoolers, 2 different sets of pipes in order to make the best power for the kits.
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Old 11-12-2012, 09:07 AM   #10
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A few things have changed on the bike intercooler location is still the same......if anyone of you guys have a better location let me know I've tried it all with 3 different styles and set ups you have to remember what you where looking at is not the finished product and those pics are old, looks like I had better get it done and show the final product.
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put the intercooler behind the front wheel

oh ya those pipes are junk
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A few things have changed on the bike intercooler location is still the same......if anyone of you guys have a better location let me know I've tried it all with 3 different styles and set ups you have to remember what you where looking at is not the finished product and those pics are old, looks like I had better get it done and show the final product.
RIght on -- dont mean to knock it but most guys wont be interested if it is not astectically decent looking...
Looking forward to a finished product as always preffered a SC over a Turbo...
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Old 11-12-2012, 09:37 AM   #13
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tried it in front not enough room you have to remember there is a 2.5" outlet going into the billet intake. as far as the pipes go scott at toxic sponsored them and i havent seen numbers. im not putting baffels in.
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Old 11-12-2012, 10:55 AM   #15
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The reason for the intercooler being on the side is so it will get as much fresh air blowing through it as possible (there will be a small scoop/flange to catch air)....this is why HD put the radiator inlet/scoops on the sides of the front tire and not directly behind it. At that point you might as well not run a intercooler its dead air back behind the tire! Not to mention throwing road debris at it. When it gets tuned ill put some 2-1 pipes on it and see what power/torque difference is, im pretty sure a 2-1 will make more torque though.
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