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Old 12-08-2012, 10:50 AM   #16
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and what bike do you plan on putting it on?
Me? The CVO. Don't think a SC would be a good match for a high compression 1402
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Old 12-08-2012, 11:07 AM   #17
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it would be fun trying...
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Old 12-08-2012, 11:16 AM   #18
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IMO with this SC I would do the stock 1130 first to find out HP/TQ numbers first then build the 1300 and go from there. A lot of questions will be answered that way. Again JMO.
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Old 12-08-2012, 12:37 PM   #19
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Does this run cooler than the trask kit? You think I would be ok with my 1350 and this kit without doing in lower compression pistons?

Im not trying to discourage you from boosting your 1350, I personally would love to see it happen but just going to give you some facts what your getting into if you haven't seen some of my posts on a boosted 1350 with ONLY 10.5 compression.

1. I dont think any of us will tell you its ok to do it with a Hi-Comp 1350 when we haven't done it ourselves. If you want to take one for the Team and help the forum that would be great. You would have one Bad Ass Ride and it would answer a lot of questions.

2. Do you have big enough injectors? You will be in the 200HP range pending on how much boost your willing to play with.

3. Clutch will probably be a problem.

4. If this is a daily ridden bike plus a passenger on/off with that much power beware. I stood mine up with my wife accidentally in a tunnel at MWT7 about 35-40 mph 3rd gear just crackin throttle to hear pipes in tunnel like everyone else was. And i'm not talkin just a couple of inches off the ground either with only 8lbs boost with 10.5 compression and it didn't have a good tune either . My point is YOU have 12.0 compression BIG difference.

5. Unless you keep boost low you will have all kinds of traction problems riding solo, If you want a tire smoker at about any reasonable speed just twistin throttle then THIS IS FOR YOU.
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Old 12-08-2012, 01:48 PM   #20
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Thanks for your insight.
1. I worry. Talked to the team at Vreelands too, they havent done it and they are also skeptical.
2. That would be changed. Stock injectors currently at a 86% duty cycle. I am sure the destroyer injectors would be more than enough.
3. Clutch and heat are my main worries. Currently have an 08 with red springs and square cut 2nd gear. But the 1350 with V&H Comp runs REALLY hot.
4. Weekend ridden, but switching to single seat this winter anyways. My girl rides a Vespa and wont go near the vrod. I also have a R1 with nitrous and stand it up frequently, still never stood up the vrod.
5. I always planned on keeping it low. Really I dont need 200, Im really just shooting for the 170-180 range.
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Old 12-08-2012, 02:00 PM   #21
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Since we touched on clutches. Has anyone tried this clutch on a street bike? Overkill?

http://www.mtceng.com/home/mtc-engin...e-v-rod-slider
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Old 12-08-2012, 03:21 PM   #22
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hey rod, could i get it cheaper ,cos the shipping would be way less from western australia,lol,keen to see this happen on ur bike ,,and see if a little room could be made ,

i know one that was fitted here ,and they went the other way ,for safty and turned the boost DOWN to prtect the motor ,so maybe theres always that option as well on a bigger stroked motor ,


my questions are ,is the requirments for a sc different to a turbo and big cams and valves are a good thing or does it still require a close lap , and would a 58 tb be able to be used or is the unit set up only for stock sized butterflys

looks like that phone number i got you ,is turning out to be a goodn ,,lol,
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:23 PM   #23
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I would keep an eye on your bottom ends if you go with one of these kits.

Here in OZ there have been a few that have done the bottom ends with this system.
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:26 PM   #24
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hey rod, could i get it cheaper ,cos the shipping would be way less from western australia,lol,keen to see this happen on ur bike ,,and see if a little room could be made ,

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Codeman is going up there in early March for a month or so - perhaps I can get him to stuff one in his suitcase on the way back home
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:42 PM   #25
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What is the stock pulley size? Do they have larger and smaller sizes available?
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:51 PM   #26
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Sounds to me like like you are still taking a risk putting this on the bike
as long as it has been around it should be trouble free bolt on. Is it designed for stock motor ?? I hope someone can get some real up to date info. this is why people wont spend that kind of cash to many what about this or that stuff . everyone gets news they may be available at a good price wanting one but not sure how it will work out after the fact.. I sure hope we get some good news i personally am very interested in putting one on my 2013 muscle..
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:53 PM   #27
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IMO with this SC I would do the stock 1130 first to find out HP/TQ numbers first then build the 1300 and go from there. A lot of questions will be answered that way. Again JMO.
This will be a (KILLER) set up when done.
Alright then I will take this on for all of my fellow forum members.
I need some help to do this.
Anyone want to help do this and build a stock motor.


Anyone have a stock crank and stock injectors I can borrow!
Pm me for address.


Lane,
I like your way of thinking.

BEFORE AND AFTER!!!!

Okay So then I am going to do this. Lets start off with a stock set up and then go bigger.

You up to help pullling the motor. LOL

This way all of you sitting on the fence can see what this does.

I will go ahead and get thing going for this.


Brett,
It would be good but I am not going to wait a whole year when I come over there. I think I am getting a pretty good deal as it is.
The 2 biggest thing this the S/C ar e the following: oiled Bearing and not sealed, and the butterfly screws.

As long as these are corrected then I do not see an issue with it.

Scott,
I will get with you on the TB.
And when we are done with the stock motor I 'll bring it down for the case boring for the 1300.
I have the 1300 parts already to go.
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hope all goes well on this project.
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Old 12-08-2012, 06:00 PM   #29
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if any of you are scared of shelling an engine go git one of these. you'll fair much better.

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