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Old 11-27-2012, 07:03 PM   #1
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Question VH Indy pipe dyno numbers

Ok like the title says I beed to know VH Indy pipe dyno numbers BUT on air cooled Harleys, have anyone around here an idea? Planning on one for the miss' Softail Deluxe for weight saving but haven't found dyno numbers/real feedback ANYWHERE around the internet, not even in the forum's I've looked into.

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Old 11-27-2012, 07:10 PM   #2
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i have a 2010 roadglide with a 113 se251 cams 110 harley heads with a fair amount of work done to them and i run the vh comp pipe with muffler and i got 126.7 hp and 137 tq. i gain 3.5 hp and only 2foot pounds of tq
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You see why I love this place??? Being asking elsewhere in airhead forums to no avail! Wow that motor may pull like an elephant!!! any idea if the power stays similar or at least doesnt drop in a smaller, stock motor?

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don't know about smaller cubic inch motors if you have time check out br racing , these guys make some hp with there pipes, im looking at changing to one of the lsr prostock pipes
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don't know about smaller cubic inch motors if you have time check out br racing , these guys make some hp with there pipes, im looking at changing to one of the lsr prostock pipes
That's the pipe( RB racing LSR) that I have on my 93 Softail with the 120 engine. Great pipe and sound.
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