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You really need to call your therapist.
Oh, I see. You can dish it out, but you don't like it when someone calls you out, Huh?

Here's my untuned dyno and the one we did 2 weeks later after I fine tuned but more importantly fixed my crankcase breather hose and filter that was clogged up tight. Their printer didn't work but if you doubt my results so be it. Pretty much right on with Hammer's 1200 with cycleshacks and 570s. Better low and middle, slightly less up top.
Plug your breathers and run it to 6500 rpm a few times and do a pull. See what happens. I posted pics of my rocker cover gaskets literally blown out. The dyno operator said it felt like it ran out of compression or something around 5500 rpm. Still did almost 87ft.lbs. at 4400 rpm. My rear head gasket was weeping oil. The heat most likely warped the umbrella assembly because they were shot after that. As I recall, You blamed it on Hammer's cams in PMs you sent.
The dotted lines are with the krankvent I used to fix the problem. Ran without my air cleaner too.

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Here's my untuned dyno and the one we did 2 weeks later...
When you draw in phony lines you should at least do it so the math works...
Cams with lots of overlap show the best, and worst, of what your exhaust is doing. The good and the bad.

I'm done, you're now on my ignore list. Something I should have done long ago.

When I get a 1275 kit installed (in the spring when my un-heated garage gets tolerable...) I'll start a new thread since 60Gunner so thoroughly and pointlessly trashed this one.

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