finally got the bike on the dyno

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by aces82, Apr 10, 2010.

  1. aces82

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    I have an 09 Street Glide with the SE 103", 211 Cams, Ventilator A/C, SERT, and V&H Hi-Output slip-ons. Here is my graph. The dyno is set to standard with smoothing on #3, so it doesn't hide any imperfections. How does this look to you guys? Thanks for any input.
     

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  2. Hoople

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    The numbers on the left for A/F ratio are cut off. Can't read them.
     
  3. poloharley

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    Numbers arnt all in photo, but looks like its making good torque around 2500, and pulls well thru 5000 as the hp steadily climbs. Looks good. Nice work.
     
  4. B-1B_Guy

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    Aces,

    Would you be willing to rescan the run so we can see the AFR and RPM #'s?

    How did the bike ride?
     
  5. Hoople

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    Would anyone know the answer. Why does the A/F ratio line at bottom have a solid line superimposed over a dotted line. Are they using dual probes and the dotted line is 1 pipe and solid line is other pipe?

    never mind. Found answer.
     
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  6. aces82

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    Here's a new pic
     

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  7. B-1B_Guy

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    Aces,

    Torque curve looks smooth but I'm surprised that it doesn't come on earlier (like 2K)...how does the bike ride? That's really all that matters IMO. I hope you are pleased w/ your build....it's a lot of work, I know as I just went through it.
     
  8. aces82

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    I installed the 211 cams not the 255's. They pull hard from 3k on. I wanted the mid range power because this is where i usually ride. I'm very pleased with the turn out. :D