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Offline FLSTFIDave

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2019, 130", FLTRXSE, CR-482, Fullsac Headpipe
« on: March 25, 2020, 04:25:28 AM »
I spent a couple months researching my build, with the help of a great friend Joe.  I also spoke several times with Don at HD Street performance.  I also followed Darens posts on his step by step build with the CR-482.  I was suprized by the power it makes, Brandon the tuner was also.

My build is:
S&S black granite cylinders, punched for 130 by Don
Mahle pistons for 130, coated by Line to Line
Heads done by Don at HD Street Performance set for a 12.1 to 1 with a zero deck height.
HPI 62 throttle body and intake with 6.1 injectors
SE adjustable rockers
SE adjustable push rods
CR-482 Cam
2020 HD 8 lobe oil pump
S&S lifter cuffs
HD extreme Heavy Breather
Recluse Torque drive clutch
Fullsac Head Pipe and 2.25 baffles with tech mat and screens.

« Last Edit: March 25, 2020, 06:46:11 AM by Coyote »
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Re: 2019, 130", FLTRXSE, CR-482, Fullsac Headpipe
« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2020, 07:10:58 AM »
Is that Don's pro street package with stock valves? I've been waiting to see your results. I thought the exhaust would hold your HP back but that's awesome. Congratulations!

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Re: 2019, 130", FLTRXSE, CR-482, Fullsac Headpipe
« Reply #2 on: March 25, 2020, 09:54:15 AM »
 :up:  It must have tuned fairly easy from the starter map. (run 5 & 6 ?)  I too am surprised the way it performed with the 2.25 baffle.  I wonder how it would change with a larger 2/1 exhaust?
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Re: 2019, 130", FLTRXSE, CR-482, Fullsac Headpipe
« Reply #3 on: March 25, 2020, 10:31:37 AM »
That's Hot to Trot! Excellent!
Tuned with Powervision?
And what adjustable rockers does SE make?
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Re: 2019, 130", FLTRXSE, CR-482, Fullsac Headpipe
« Reply #4 on: March 25, 2020, 11:39:26 AM »
 :Dave:  congrats to you, Don, Joe and Brandon on an incredible build and stout performer.   :up: :up:  Thatís some serious power there..Iíve been following your posts over on the CVO forums and very happy for to see it all worked out great.  :beer:

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Re: 2019, 130", FLTRXSE, CR-482, Fullsac Headpipe
« Reply #5 on: March 25, 2020, 04:12:09 PM »
:up:  It must have tuned fairly easy from the starter map. (run 5 & 6 ?)  I too am surprised the way it performed with the 2.25 baffle.  I wonder how it would change with a larger 2/1 exhaust?

I loaded the map into Davids bike that Brandon (J&B Performance) did for my 126 build.

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Re: 2019, 130", FLTRXSE, CR-482, Fullsac Headpipe
« Reply #6 on: March 25, 2020, 04:32:35 PM »
Good work Dave, Joe & Brandon. That's a lotta sauce Dave. Hang on.
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Re: 2019, 130", FLTRXSE, CR-482, Fullsac Headpipe
« Reply #7 on: March 25, 2020, 09:46:20 PM »
Very IMPRESSIVE 💪💪
Always look forward...

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Re: 2019, 130", FLTRXSE, CR-482, Fullsac Headpipe
« Reply #8 on: March 26, 2020, 02:50:33 AM »
Is that Don's pro street package with stock valves? I've been waiting to see your results. I thought the exhaust would hold your HP back but that's awesome. Congratulations!

Not sure if he has set up packages yet on M8 heads.  I just called and talked to him about what I was wanting.  Let him know cams I was looking at.  The valve size is stock size I do know that.  He was very helpful and easy to work with.  I was thinking HP would be about the same number as torque or slightly less, so happy with the head pipe.
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Re: 2019, 130", FLTRXSE, CR-482, Fullsac Headpipe
« Reply #9 on: March 26, 2020, 03:00:01 AM »
KD,

Brandon said it tuned in very easily.  As Joe said it was from Joes bike after Brandon tuned it and a very similar build. 

2 into 1 may give more HP, not sure.  I am happy with this exhaust and do not have plans to change, looks stock and is easy on the ears at causing speed.


Cheech,

Yes tuned with a Power Vison tuner.
Not 100% sure if regular HD or SE parts  but yes the adjustable rocker arms are Harley. 

I put 195 miles on the bike yesterday.  Mostly in nice hilly, twisty roads of the Smoky Mountain foot hills area.  The bike is very well mannered and easy to ride.  6th gear 75mph roll on power is fantastic.  it was a joy to ride in the hilly curves, and forgiving.  Hoping to get some more miles on her in the next few days.
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Re: 2019, 130", FLTRXSE, CR-482, Fullsac Headpipe
« Reply #10 on: March 26, 2020, 08:46:25 AM »
KD,
Cheech,

Yes tuned with a Power Vison tuner.
Not 100% sure if regular HD or SE parts  but yes the adjustable rocker arms are Harley. 

I put 195 miles on the bike yesterday.  Mostly in nice hilly, twisty roads of the Smoky Mountain foot hills area.  The bike is very well mannered and easy to ride.  6th gear 75mph roll on power is fantastic.  it was a joy to ride in the hilly curves, and forgiving.  Hoping to get some more miles on her in the next few days.

Thanks, I found them after Googleing. I at first was perplexed as they aren't in the 2020 SE catalog for some reason.
Sounds like the bike will be fun.