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120R
11.3 compression w/ .040 quench
Darkhorse bottom end
SE Hurricance Pistons
Mega-flo 110 heads
662-2 cams
HPI 62mm
Custom heavy breather
6.2 inj
Dragula 1 2.5 baffle
Stock clutch w/ 340 spring and VPC 95
Wouldv'e shown more torque down low but the clutch wasn't up to it.
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2005 Cherry SEEG2-J&B Performance 120 163hp/144tq

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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2017, 07:03:10 AM »
great job !   :beer: :beer:
120"@ 11.3 to 1, T-man 662-2, SE heads, woods CV 51 carb, S&S sidewinder exhaust

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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2017, 09:36:10 AM »
 :up: :up:
That is a great power curve.
Congrads to all involved in the tune and build.

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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #3 on: December 20, 2017, 12:48:21 PM »
 :agree: to all of the above. You'll love it. I for one would sure like to see a chart once you cure the clutch slip (if you do). It is almost identical to the 120 I posted this past July with 660SM cams. I struggled between that and the 662-2 because they seemed to perform so close to each other.

Great 124 power in a 120  :up:
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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #4 on: December 20, 2017, 01:44:29 PM »
Nice one Brandon, a great example of 662-2 curve.

 
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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #5 on: December 20, 2017, 03:29:18 PM »
 that looks like a fun one to ride right there. 
Nice job Brandon!  :up:

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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #6 on: December 20, 2017, 04:39:43 PM »
last build had the 662-2 in the 124 and I liked the way it came on . Hit hard and pulls good . I was wondering if a larger baffle would change the hp a tad on the other end . That is in line with what my 124 . I really like those mega flow heads they make hp

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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #7 on: December 20, 2017, 04:51:14 PM »
Thanks guys, Ed drove all the way from Maryland to have is tune this beast. Always a pleasure tuning something with Jim's work.
last build had the 662-2 in the 124 and I liked the way it came on . Hit hard and pulls good . I was wondering if a larger baffle would change the hp a tad on the other end . That is in line with what my 124 . I really like those mega flow heads they make hp
He had the 3" baffle installed when we started the tune. It made the name big end numbers while being softer on the bottom. We've seen that several times over with big baffles. The 2.5 in the Dragula/Wrath always works better for us.
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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #8 on: December 20, 2017, 06:40:27 PM »
I have the Dragula 1 on my 120 with the 2.55 baffle and a Burns (8" longer head pipes) and the 3" baffle and no end cap (yet). I got an extra  5 +5 from the Burns but it was softer off the bottom by 7 hp and 13 tq  at 2700 (not that you'd notice) but it picked up quick and crossed over at 3700 (same day run within an hour or so). Ray (No Cents) used an end cap on his shorter Burns, kept his top end and brought up the bottom. It probably reduced the flow to about the 2.55 at the bottom but the pipe still worked as well at the top. I think the Dragula 1 w/ 2.55 gets her done pretty good with no fuss or muss.  I was going to try the 3" baffle but my 2 comparisons made me realize it was probably too much (for my combination at least).


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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #9 on: December 30, 2017, 06:42:08 PM »
I have the Dragula 1 on my 120 with the 2.55 baffle and a Burns (8" longer head pipes) and the 3" baffle and no end cap (yet). I got an extra  5 +5 from the Burns but it was softer off the bottom by 7 hp and 13 tq  at 2700 (not that you'd notice) but it picked up quick and crossed over at 3700 (same day run within an hour or so). Ray (No Cents) used an end cap on his shorter Burns, kept his top end and brought up the bottom. It probably reduced the flow to about the 2.55 at the bottom but the pipe still worked as well at the top. I think the Dragula 1 w/ 2.55 gets her done pretty good with no fuss or muss.  I was going to try the 3" baffle but my 2 comparisons made me realize it was probably too much (for my combination at least).


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  KD I have a Rush Wrath in my bike and I was considering trying the 3 inch baffle because of what I was told from another  member who has a similar build as mine . I had considered building a end cap similar to the one Ray has in a couple different sizes for testing but have not gotten around to it. Not sure the loss of the low end it worth the extra power .

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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #10 on: December 30, 2017, 08:45:38 PM »
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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #11 on: January 26, 2018, 05:32:20 AM »
Sorry, I didn't realize Brandon posted my sheet. Well worth the trip down. Great guy's who known their chit with a shop full of eye candy. Thanks to Jim and Brandon for their wealth of knowledge and patience on this build. A little more detail on my build. I used a Baker compensator, Evolution Industries clutch basket with S.E. clutch plates. I decided to go cheap with a AIM 380 diaphragm spring and as you see it's not going to last. Just for the hell of it I'll try the AIM 480 before I replace the whole set up. First two gears are'nt usable with that torque. Absolute blast to ride.

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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #12 on: January 26, 2018, 10:50:42 AM »
Suggest installing the Bandit and be done with clutch issues.

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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #13 on: January 27, 2018, 03:07:06 AM »
    :agree: Just get it over with. The ccp came in at f-205 and r-212.

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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #14 on: January 29, 2018, 08:44:00 PM »
Sorry, I didn't realize Brandon posted my sheet. Well worth the trip down. Great guy's who known their chit with a shop full of eye candy. Thanks to Jim and Brandon for their wealth of knowledge and patience on this build. A little more detail on my build. I used a Baker compensator, Evolution Industries clutch basket with S.E. clutch plates. I decided to go cheap with a AIM 380 diaphragm spring and as you see it's not going to last. Just for the hell of it I'll try the AIM 480 before I replace the whole set up. First two gears are'nt usable with that torque. Absolute blast to ride.

Try the 400 before you go to the 480 .. 480 will be tough on the hands

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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #15 on: January 30, 2018, 07:27:16 AM »
Bandit Sportsman .... DONE    :wink:
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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #16 on: January 31, 2018, 03:34:04 PM »
Bandit Sportsman .... DONE    :wink:
  Hard lesson there agree 100 percent

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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #17 on: February 26, 2018, 09:14:59 PM »
great results - looks like a blast  :up:
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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #18 on: March 17, 2018, 05:35:07 AM »
Installed the Bandit Sporstman and couldn’t be happier. Silver springs with 3 shims and hand pull easy for that amount of pressure. I will post Dyno results with new clutch and other changes soon. Thanks to all for the advise on the clutch.

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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #19 on: March 17, 2018, 05:57:23 AM »
That's exactly how I have my Bandit set up. I installed a Muller lever and the lever pull fell right back into the feel of a stock lever. The Muller takes some degree of care on the adjustment because of the reduced travel but it works real well when you get it set in the sweet spot.
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Re: 2013, 120", FLHTCUI, 120R, Mega-flo heads, HPI 62, 662-2, Dragula
« Reply #20 on: March 17, 2018, 07:18:21 AM »
120R
11.3 compression w/ .040 quench
Darkhorse bottom end
SE Hurricance Pistons
Mega-flo 110 heads
662-2 cams
HPI 62mm
Custom heavy breather
6.2 inj
Dragula 1 2.5 baffle
Stock clutch w/ 340 spring and VPC 95
Wouldv'e shown more torque down low but the clutch wasn't up to it.
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I remember seeing this build when it was posted and it is a great combination of parts . I had a engine   SS 124 that had very close compression, that cam, pipe , different heads , but made similar number . I will say that the 662-2 is a hard hitting cam and had to me good manner down lol . Roll on was good also . 10 Times better than the 635 that was in the 143 that is in Steve shop. I have wondered how the 662-2 would compare to the 630i set at 200 or a tad more .  Really nice work on the build ,