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Default Help with build on a stock 1200 to make best hp affordably?

I'm sure there is already threads started with the same questions I'm asking but could not find one. I have a stock 03 1200 with 30000 miles on it. Wanting to tear down motor this winter to build up. Just getting bored with the stock power. Wanting advice of what to do to get around 90 or so horse without getting in to it over 2000 dollars if possible? All of your help would be greatly appreciated!
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Or you can call me at 303-702-1600 and I would be glad to help you but be advised that 90 hp is a bit high of a goal for only a $2,000 budget if starting with a stock 2003 and under 1200 unless you already have things like good exhaust and air cleaner?
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I'm sure there is already threads started with the same questions I'm asking but could not find one. I have a stock 03 1200 with 30000 miles on it. Wanting to tear down motor this winter to build up. Just getting bored with the stock power. Wanting advice of what to do to get around 90 or so horse without getting in to it over 2000 dollars if possible? All of your help would be greatly appreciated!
We can get you there and we'd be glad to put together a proposal. There are multiple ways to get there, each with various pros and cons. Some general information though:

- You'll need a fresh bore/hone to restore ring seal and lay the foundation. Your options here will range from about $330 to $700 depending on piston choice and whether you just bore/hone or go with a new kit. Regardless of the route chosen, I highly recommend going with lightweight pistons, your solid mount motor will especially benefit. The late model 04-up factory cast pistons are far lighter than your stock pieces (and even lighter than some aftermarket forgings!) and can be fitted to your motor; you can go lighter yet with some premium ultralight forgings.

- Your stock heads are, unfortunately, the worst ones ever put on Evo Sportsters, so this will have to be addressed. You have the option of upgrading to late model rubber mount heads, or having your heads prepared. Costs will range from about $550 on the low end to $1100 on the high end.

- Cams will also need to be changed; proper matching to the decisions you made on the pistons and heads will drive this choice.

With respect to choosing a partner in this project, at HAMMER PERFORMANCE, we have the knowledge, experience, technology, and proven track record to get you there. You'll find we're an open book with respect to our offerings, too, with lots of information and pictures about our process and our parts readily available. You can be assured that every dyno sheet and picture we show is what we actually sell, we don't deceive people by advertising work we don't sell. I encourage you to browse through the following threads for more information on our process and offerings:

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