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Old 03-03-2005, 11:15 AM
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Smile KJC engine mods on my bike.

Last December I talked to Dwayne about engine mods to my mostly stock TC88. He suggested going with your 95 CI PURE POWER upgrade kit, which consisted of 10.5:1 Wisco pistons, KJC heads, S&S 585G gear driven cams, Twin Tec ignition, adj. pushrods, and a HRS 42 carb. He said to expect around 102-105 H.P. for $3500.00. I decided to go with it. Appx a week later he called me back to tell it was ready (quicker than had been promised). When I arrived I was met by both Kendall and his son Zack. Kendall had already test rode the bike and was impressed. Zack actually did the assembly. They were both really cool and easy to get along with. Zack told me to bring it back after 500 break in miles and he would dial it in on the dyno. The service and quality of work was excellent. Great people to deal with.
Bottom line.... after Zack finished tuning it on the dyno 111.2 hp & 108 ft/lbs of torque. It's more than promised and I'm more than pleased. You will not regret doing business with these guys!
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Old 03-21-2005, 09:21 PM
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