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Old 10-12-2010, 10:28 AM
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my ss 145 puts out 172 hp on a dyno but its a hardtail and im always fucked up so it never hits that on the street haaa haaaa
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172 hp on a chop? Good grief man... thats just insane power..
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Old 10-12-2010, 12:16 PM
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i don't even know him but usually someone who has a motor with 172 horse usually just says "dang.... i wish i had 180" haha
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Old 10-12-2010, 04:26 PM
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my ss 145 puts out 172 hp on a dyno but its a hardtail and im always fucked up so it never hits that on the street haaa haaaa
and well you should be......anybody who rides a chopper with 172 hp should be fucked up all the time.
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Old 10-13-2010, 01:36 PM
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Old 10-14-2010, 07:32 AM
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my ss 145 puts out 172 hp on a dyno but its a hardtail and im always fucked up so it never hits that on the street haaa haaaa
Well I'm not in need of 172 hp.....but I would be happy with 150 hp and 150 plus pounds of torque to the rear wheel.....

I'm thinking if I get the motor balanced and some flow work done to the heads with a good exhaust I can get there pretty easy...
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Check out Johnson Engine Tech in RI for head work.... One of teh best hands down...
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Old 12-06-2010, 02:25 AM
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127 mods...

I can list some of the mods i have done to my engine , but i dont have any dynonumbers yet....but i can tell it runs like a bat out of hell

Changed the camcover , lifterblocks , lifters(hydrosolids), titaniumpushrods and rockerarms to JIM`S - lifters are 1,74 ratio instead of original 1,675 ratio.
Race-springs w. titanium collars (from accel as far as i remember -600USD)
Billet rockerboxes from Ultima , Ported and flow tested heads , changed to Dyna 2000i and coil , Nology plugwires(gained 4 HP with these from stock) , Nology Silver plugs indexed and gapped , new intake bored and modified , S&S Super G swapped for a XXX-carb with 2 thunderjets and bigger bore+++(all mods) , New airfilter from K&N - same as on Victory`s - wich is 1" taller than Stock S&S , oilcooler , and a home made NOS system set up for an ekstra 30 HP.....not activated yet , only for the strip , and it also retards timimg to 25 when activated......
Exshaust is 2 in 2 Supertrapps-open ends.

Did run high 6 on the 1/8 strip with street tires - no Nos....200/50 metzeler......
Will post dyno numbers when i get these......
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Pingo is head of Iron Horse Racing....look up "Easyrider Rodeo Champions" & you will find more info on him for sure. Nothin against Kendall but Pingo will steer you right.
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Old 12-10-2010, 02:41 AM
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I'd say that Kendall Johnson has done way more mods to all kinds of V-Twins over the years than this Pingo fella. He would be able to tell you what it would take to get more power, but takes it a step further. Are you planning on riding this thing down the strip? Riding it out to Sturgis? How much of a budget do you have? These are all questions Kendall considers before any work is started. Kendall Johnson has the reputation he has because of the work he has done throughout the years. I won't take my stuff anywhere else. Many top shops around the world feel the same way.
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