Well I went to the dyno guy today he said my dB killer baffle was holding me back that if I had the more open baffle and better jets he would have no problem with my bike making 75+ Hp!
65HP & 72ft. Tq was not bad the bike pulls really strong and the AFR's where dead on the guy said I did a good job with my carb tuning. I know I didn't pull huge #'s but the bike pulls strong and smooth. I think I am done with the performance of the bike I just want it to run good. the TQ pulls really strong and it makes good HP plenty enough to get a ticket on the HWY or on a Mountain Road.
CV-P kit in the carb 46/ 175 (rebuilt carb) (CVP needle "no shims") (CVP Emolsion tube) (CVP light slide spring) idle mix screw 2.5 turns
CVP V-Ducktor Kit
SE A/C with K&N E-3040 filter (3/4 taller "more air flow")
TC88A Ignition (Rico's R&D map- Nomad)
Champ 1 step colder plugs 10R6?
8mm Accell Spiral Core Wires
Samson Powerflow III 2-1 exhaust (PN: C2-331) w/dB Killer Baffle (PN: A-171 1in 5/8 baffle) standard baffle is normally 2in and a MUCH more Open design.
30T front pulley (HDI gearing)
New Intake seals
Extra plate kit clutch (Alto) (9plate)
Oil Cooler (HD)
20W-50W mobile 1 V-Twin Oil
FXR WIX filter 1214?
Amsoil 20W-50W Tranny Oil.
Oil temps on the dyno where 205F-235F
Dyno Results 65HP 72ft. TQ not bad
Here is Billy hooking up the O2 Sensors
I installed the CVP V-Ductor we will see if it helps or if it is a Gimic but so far is seems to have improved the MPG a few... time will tell
PN A-171 1in 5/8 dB Killer baffle