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Old 8th May 2012
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i agree maru his number with out the spike are great i think this fella take his tuning very serious.
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This is starting to get a little of track and it seems I the real people on here have found me by PM. The same belief shown here are the inadeqacies that at the very start I said we do not suffer from, YES we do get exactly the same results whenever we look at other HD's and believe that the entire industry suffer from the same limitations. We have done numerous back to back tests with bike dynos in our city and have found them to be within 2-5% of each other as you would expect.
I am beginning to wonder if anyone here even looks at the maps supplied by Screaming Eagles, because if you did you would realise how stupid they assume we all are, I have seen the problems and have been able to successfully deal with them. Once you have a small idea about VE you may find it.
To those who mentioned the inadequacies of an air cooled V twin, go straight to the naughty corner because these problems are all your fault.
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It is my understanding that Iron are 883's, and if that is true that would have been stock 1200cc evo level power years back.
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Anth dynoed a friends 48 the other day, its a stock bike with SE slip-ons and SE stage1 Air cleaner.

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Tha dyno is showing about 20% higher numbers than it should be.
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Tha dyno is showing about 20% higher numbers than it should be.
No, that is correct and the rest of the world is wrong lol...
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i recently posted a dyno map of my stage 1 2004 1200r. obviously you can see the mods on my bike which i would have to assume is a little more than that 48. and i am still 10 hp lower than that......those numbers are incredible....what gives? just tuning? send me the map please!!!
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Anth dynoed a friends 48 the other day, its a stock bike with SE slip-ons and SE stage1 Air cleaner.

Great looking run... I'd like to see the tune file as well... have you guys started enabling the PE table to get these numbers?

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Our 1200's with intake, exhaust, and tune are only averaging 75hp/75lbs. It's beyond me how a dyno can show 85/88 with slip-ons and an SE air-cleaner. That must be the best tuned 48 in the world.
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Past experience tells me you guys will never see a map...speaks volumes, doesnt it?
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