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Old 10-27-2012, 08:31 PM   #1
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Possible HP ?

Going to be bringing in my 2012 night rod special in. Going with the vances and hines 2 into 1 comp exhaust, SE air filter and SE race tuner. Anyone have this setup, if so what numbers are you pulling. Thanks!!!
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Old 10-27-2012, 08:39 PM   #2
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Harley will also be doing all the map work and dyno runs. Thanks
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Old 10-28-2012, 12:36 AM   #3
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Done the exact same setup. I got right at 120hp/87tq. All done by the dealer.
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Old 10-28-2012, 09:48 AM   #4
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Thanks.
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Old 10-28-2012, 11:25 AM   #5
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Please take into account that all dynoes are different and my number are close but are on the upper end of what you may see. On a conservative dyno numbers will be in the 115hp/80tq. Are you planning any future mods? Your next couple of good mods are IMO stage 2 cams or the 26t front pulley. The cams are a good improvement over stock and put HP in the 125hp/85tq range. The 26t front pulley really makes the bike quick. It also helps when cruising around your town at slow speeds as you can pick up MPG by being able to run higher gears for less rpms. Your top speed will suffer some but the overall mod is worth it. With the mods you have 11 second 1/4 should be no problem. If you have any questions, you can pm me and I will be more than glad to help. Good luck with your bike.
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Old 10-28-2012, 12:53 PM   #6
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Yes i have same setup on my 02A . My rwhp is 114 and tq is 79 . But i have a custom map also i have the. 1130 engine u have the 1250 so yr #s shod b higher
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Yes i have same setup on my 02A . My rwhp is 114 and tq is 79 . But i have a custom map also i have the. 1130 engine u have the 1250 so yr #s shod b higher
I'm not an expert by any means but IMO probably if my bike was at a different dyno my numbers would be probably within 2 HP/3tq of what your saying because the place I used was known to have a happy dyno. I use the HD se airfilter and had it dynoed with sepst. I have an 11 dx and its the 1250.
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Old 10-28-2012, 01:27 PM   #8
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Harley told me the numbers could change, but there dyno is showing between 121 and 123 for similar vrod setups, so it is pretty good gains for about $1600.
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Dynos always read differently. Could be as low as 110 hp on a heartbreaker or as high as 140 hp on a really happy dyno.
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Old 10-28-2012, 02:16 PM   #10
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I like the 26t idea, but don't really want those rpm to be any louder then they are now at 75mph. I like to drag for fun myself, but I also do a lot of long rides. Most likely gunna hit the cams in the future.
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I'm not an expert by any means but IMO probably if my bike was at a different dyno my numbers would be probably within 2 HP/3tq of what your saying because the place I used was known to have a happy dyno. I use the HD se airfilter and had it dynoed with sepst. I have an 11 dx and its the 1250.
My v was also dynoed with septs at a hd dealer. I suspect my rwhp #s r a little high but bike runs strong and very good at all rpms. I am very happy with this set up
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i have a 2012 nightrod special with the comp series 2-1, and the screaming eagle tuner. my bike dynoed at 121 hp an 81 ft lbs. deffanitly alot to handle on the street
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i have a 2012 nightrod special with the comp series 2-1, and the screaming eagle tuner. my bike dynoed at 121 hp an 81 ft lbs. deffanitly alot to handle on the street
Its easy to get used to 120hp unless your like me then change enough to go 140+ HP then it gets fun.
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Old 10-30-2012, 11:41 AM   #14
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Already been looking at superchargers, 8 second run would be nice. But gradually is the way id like to go
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OK I had the bike dynoed at my home dealership and was almost laughed off this forum. Its was the same setup as op had. The bike dynoed a rediculous 127hp/88tq. Sorry but that ain't gonna happen with stage 1 setup. With stage 2 cams its a possible number. Took it to a different Harley shop and got 121hp/85tq. That is at the upper end of what stage 1 will give you. For those that race I went 11.60/115mph 1/4 time. Now I have 26t pulley, destroyer 58mm tbs, destroyer injectors, mid-length velocity stacks, se stage 2 cams. Bike went 10.84/125mph. Also I ride several long road trips usually 500 miles or so and my mileage is right at 36 MPG. Imo mods don't hurt overall ridability or MPG as long as you ain't to hard on the throttle. My city mileage actually picked up a little because of the 26t pulley it lets me pull higher gears around town. I've pulled 5th gear as low as 25 MPH without lugging the bike. I don't recommend this but I wanted to see if it could.
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