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post #11 of 24 (permalink) Old 12-03-2010, 08:32 PM
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Those are some good numbers. What are the specs for the stage iv? Congrats on the build. I think I'm a little jealous.

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Tiny, it is a 103" with 10.5:1 compression straight out of the SE book.
I rode the bike home on Sat. all I can say is wow.... the bike has really come alive. Again thanks guys for directing me to this kit.
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Was looking at the 120R for my '10 WG and can't seem to find it on HD's website. Although I doubt they'll have it on the online catalog. Would like to look at more of the specs and such though. Anyone found it on there?
One thing, is that engine is not carrying enough compression to support that 266 cam correctly, for starters.
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Tiny, it is a 103" with 10.5:1 compression straight out of the SE book.
I rode the bike home on Sat. all I can say is wow.... the bike has really come alive. Again thanks guys for directing me to this kit.
Sounds very near to my set-up. Are you happy with Killer Creek dyno tune? I am researching who I want to do the tune on mine after I install the 2-1 pipes.

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Yes. Timms HD sends all their builds to killer creek. Bike was 95hp and in the 90's on torque for the first dyno run (this was set up using the SERT after the build). My pipe is the V&H pro pipe hi output.
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You can't use the 120's in the early TC bikes? is that correct?

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Was looking at the 120R for my '10 WG and can't seem to find it on HD's website. Although I doubt they'll have it on the online catalog. Would like to look at more of the specs and such though. Anyone found it on there?

here is the site where you can download the catalog for free and look at all the race kits and other parts

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Hey serviceguy85. If you go with the 103 stage iv kit, do you need to replace the crank? How bout a clutch upgrade? Dealer here put together quite a significant list of parts needed to do this job. Over $7000 worth of stuff. Does this sound right or are they trying to clean out my wallet?
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[QUOTE=Waglide;376197]You can't use the 120's in the early TC bikes? is that correct?[/QUOTE

That is correct, but you can install an S&S 124"er Super Sidewinder Kit, via boring your engine cases.
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