Author Topic: 2015, 110", FLHXSE, CVO, Stage 2, CR-575 +4*, RH Slimline, Mellows, PV  (Read 2370 times)

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Offline Durwood

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I installed the advance sprocket as a test and we decided to leave it in after the tune.

This guy is going to go bigger down the road, so when we build the engine with head work, he'll already have the cams.

2015 CVO FLHX
110"
CR-575 cams
Andrews 4*advance crank sprocket
Rinehart Slimline duals
Crusher Mellow Trident
Tuned with Daytona Twin-Tec Twin Scan, Wego III D, MyTune, MLVHD, and Dynojet Power Vision.
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Am I drunk already, or is that thing hitting 100TQ around 1650rpm?!?!

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Am I drunk already, or is that thing hitting 100TQ around 1650rpm?!?!

You're not drunk. I've seen a fair number of dyno sheets with Cycle Rama cams hitting 100 torque at or before 2K rpm,a couple of of them in mostly stock 103s. 

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I installed the advance sprocket as a test and we decided to leave it in after the tune.

This guy is going to go bigger down the road, so when we build the engine with head work, he'll already have the cams.

2015 CVO FLHX
110"
CR-575 cams
Andrews 4*advance crank sprocket
Rinehart Slimline duals
Crusher Mellow Trident
Tuned with Daytona Twin-Tec Twin Scan, Wego III D, MyTune, MLVHD, and Dynojet Power Vision.
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looks great

The funny thing is when we list all of the items we use to tune with the PV .. HA HA  IF you want it right there is only a few ways to get there and use of the PV alone is not one of them  :up:
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For me, when it comes to tuning with different tuning devices my methods do not change, I use all of the above mentioned tools.

Power Vision is the cream of the crop when comparing software, the ECM access with WinPV is unmatched by any other tuner on the market.

I mentioned the other products that I use because they are very valuable to me in order to achieve the desired results.

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mighty fine looking curves  :beer:

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 Very nice job Daren!  :up:
That Wes Brown is one smart guy. He is on his game.

Ray
08 FLHX my grocery getter, 124ci, wfolarry 110" heads, Burns pipe, 158/152 sae

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Very nice job Daren!  :up:
That Wes Brown is one smart guy. He is on his game.

Ray
Yes he is Ray, on both counts.

 It's hard to believe he's been in the industry for 40 plus years when you talk to him, he is so passionate about what he does and never stops thinking of ways too make power.

BTW, he has another cam for you to try, the All New 660i's will be available in a couple of weeks. :smiled:


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 nope...no sir...I'm not falling for that.  :hyst:
The engine isn't coming apart unless it has to. If the 660i is anything like his 630i cams...he will have another winner on his hands.  :wink:

Ray
08 FLHX my grocery getter, 124ci, wfolarry 110" heads, Burns pipe, 158/152 sae

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nope...no sir...I'm not falling for that.  :hyst:
The engine isn't coming apart unless it has to. If the 660i is anything like his 630i cams...he will have another winner on his hands.  :wink:

Ray
BUT... how we gona how good they are if you don't  try em ?.  :fish:

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Re: 2015, 110", FLHXSE, CVO, Stage 2, CR-575 +4*, RH Slimline, Mellows, PV
« Reply #10 on: March 29, 2017, 01:52:38 PM »
nope...no sir...I'm not falling for that.  :hyst:
The engine isn't coming apart unless it has to. If the 660i is anything like his 630i cams...he will have another winner on his hands.  :wink:

Ray
BUT... how we gona how good they are if you don't  try em ?.  :fish:
Exactly Keith.  :pop:

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Re: 2015, 110", FLHXSE, CVO, Stage 2, CR-575 +4*, RH Slimline, Mellows, PV
« Reply #11 on: March 29, 2017, 06:52:50 PM »
 :up: :up:
Great job D
You are going to stir the cam purist by dialing that cam in with a +4 gear.
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Re: 2015, 110", FLHXSE, CVO, Stage 2, CR-575 +4*, RH Slimline, Mellows, PV
« Reply #12 on: April 04, 2017, 05:36:01 AM »
could you get close to this result using a t-man 590 cam. thanks.

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Re: 2015, 110", FLHXSE, CVO, Stage 2, CR-575 +4*, RH Slimline, Mellows, PV
« Reply #13 on: April 04, 2017, 06:46:52 AM »
could you get close to this result using a t-man 590 cam. thanks.
Not IMO, the Tman 590 needs more compression to make it shine. It's a good cam, but not for a stage 2.

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Re: 2015, 110", FLHXSE, CVO, Stage 2, CR-575 +4*, RH Slimline, Mellows, PV
« Reply #14 on: April 04, 2017, 06:52:44 AM »
:up: :up:
Great job D
You are going to stir the cam purist by dialing that cam in with a +4 gear.
Thanks Eric, This bike would have gotten CR-570's, but they weren't available at the time of installation, so we made what we felt was a needed adjustment to get the torque to pop on the left side, this bike still only rolled over at 190/190 on the cylinder cranking pressure test.

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Re: 2015, 110", FLHXSE, CVO, Stage 2, CR-575 +4*, RH Slimline, Mellows, PV
« Reply #15 on: April 04, 2017, 08:51:53 PM »
looks great  :chop:
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What was the CCP on this bike? 
2014 FLHX, S&S 110" kit, CR-575 Cams, HDSP Heads
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What was the CCP on this bike?
This one cranked 185/185.

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Re: 2015, 110", FLHXSE, CVO, Stage 2, CR-575 +4*, RH Slimline, Mellows, PV
« Reply #18 on: December 31, 2017, 12:56:20 PM »
What was the CCP on this bike?
This one cranked 185/185.

How much do you think the 4 degrees helped this set-up?  Iím looking for a cam for my 110 softail with a Dragula Pipe. Eventually, I plan on a conservative 113 with a good set of heads.
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Re: 2015, 110", FLHXSE, CVO, Stage 2, CR-575 +4*, RH Slimline, Mellows, PV
« Reply #19 on: December 31, 2017, 02:36:16 PM »
What was the CCP on this bike?
This one cranked 185/185.

How much do you think the 4 degrees helped this set-up?  Iím looking for a cam for my 110 softail with a Dragula Pipe. Eventually, I plan on a conservative 113 with a good set of heads.
The only way to know for sure is to try back to back, which I didn't. I was going to put the 570's in this bike but they were out of stock at the time I did this, so I advanced the 575's to get them close.
Typically advancing the cams will move the curve to the left about 300 rpm.

I did a 113 with the 575's and it did well, 125tq/120hp, the graph is here in the dyno section.