Love it, the dyno guy burnt his leg but I haven't burnt mine. I'm 6'1" so my leg streches pretty far. I've got a black header wrap coming.VrodG said:I'll bet with a race tunner there is more, not taking anything away from you. just my:2cents: How do you like the pipe- fit- finish- burnt leg... ect?
All problems solved, no I used the tuner dyno. It made 115 on the other dyno.vrodvinny said::thumb:
Now ditch that PC and get the RT. You'll get more power
Also raise the lid
So I take it the low rpm prob is taken care of?
Was this on the same dyno as the Rineharts?
Rick, these are your words not mine :barf:VrodRick74 said:Love it, the dyno guy burnt his leg but I haven't burnt mine. I'm 6'1" so my leg streches pretty far. I've got a black header wrap coming.
With the RT you can trim each cylinder indivdualy.With the PC you can't,unless it's the pcIIIusb.The RT will give more power cuz the individual cylinder tuning.polizzio said:There is no absolute guarantee that more power can be made with the RT. If it is dyno tuned properly with the PC3 and a smart tech, which Rick's numbers sure look damned strong, his combination is making max hp. All this Race Tuner hysteria these days, go buy a "Race" Tuner and your guaranteed a "race bike" with the max hp.........pleeease......."go spend another $350+ and you might get 2 more max rpm hp......"
how do you know it's the CAMS that stop Making Power at 9k?polizzio said:Ok Vinny, so just how are you effectively trimming each cylinder? By seat of the pants or do you have access to a dyno? Are you adjusting air/fuel ratio per cylinder, monitoring A/F ratio real time per cylinder? not at the combined exhaust (both cylinders) out of the can I hope. No doubt perhaps a fractional increase can be had with the RT software, but in the hands of a highly skilled tuner, with continued access to a dyno, and with proper monitoring instrumentation. I've read enough posts of guys unable to find even a HD trained tech who can perform such skilled tuning, not saying there not out there, just very very rare. It is I believe the hype of having the "Race Tuner". In fact I also believe, the RT is detrimental in the hands of one who isn't highly skilled in such tuning, how many times have I read "just add more timing or add more fuel till it feels strong, or raise the rpm limiter to 10k, more is better!" Hell, the stock cams stop making peak power at under 9k. I have a good laugh some times......
With respect, the standard V Rod makes just over 100hp. Let's be generous & say 102.5.VrodRick74 said:Here is my dyno sheet from today. In case it's fuzzy the numers read 122.43 hp 82.11 tq. The air was 98.42 degrees, at 29.93 in-HG. Whatever that means. :thumb:
Don't worry, I'm sure all this will prompt a reply from the man himself! :rofl:polizzio said:Maybe he's not telling us everything.....not that any old salt racer would lie, just not share all the facts or changes...or maybe its that correction factor I spoke of in another post.