Author Topic: 2014, 110", FLHXS, SS Drop in, HDSP Street Pro, CR575, D&D Fatcat, TTS  (Read 6740 times)

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Offline FXDBI

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Why do the lines cross @6200?   Not 5200?   Bob

Offline mike jesse

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Why do the lines cross @6200?   Not 5200?   Bob

They do, look at the second dyno sheet posted. The first sheet is in seconds not RPM. :bike:

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Why do the lines cross @6200?   Not 5200?   Bob

They do, look at the second dyno sheet posted. The first sheet is in seconds not RPM. :bike:

Thanks didn't see that on the bottom, I thought the dyno's posted were supposed to be a certain format to be posted here.  Never noticed one like that before.  Bob

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Very nice results. I was thinking of doing that same build but was worried about compression with that cam and piston selection. I think a 58tb and cr595 cam may be 125/130 area without huge loss to the left and carry the right side. Nothing wrong with this as thou. I like it and glad to see you did what i was thinking of doing. Thanks for posting results.
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Helped! A 55 is about right but now we are in an area that would push a little larger injectors than stock.

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Bike has 15k on it since the build.  400 miles today on the highway and it got 45 mpg. Still runs like the day I picked it up...
2014 FLHX, S&S 110" kit, CR-575 Cams, HDSP Heads
10.5/1, D&D Fat Cat, Stock TB

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Bike has 15k on it since the build.  400 miles today on the highway and it got 45 mpg. Still runs like the day I picked it up...

 :up:  great news - thanks for the update  :beer:
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Re: 2014, 110", FLHXS, SS Drop in, HDSP Street Pro, CR575, D&D Fatcat, TTS
« Reply #32 on: October 08, 2018, 04:59:51 PM »
Doing a near identical build except 10.25:1 compression. Glad to see it all works together nicely

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My plan is to mimic this build as close as I can. The curve and results are what I want!

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Lots of TQ to move an over 800 lb bike, plus weight of rider and passenger in the area we ride - 2200 - 4000 rpms.
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This is my bike and itís fun to ride.  Truly it is a mannered as it can be.  Starts easy and gets 40 mpg.  I have about 25k on the build and not one issue.  Pulling on the interstate or passing is a snap.  If I were to describe it I would call about 1 1/2 stock engines...
2014 FLHX, S&S 110" kit, CR-575 Cams, HDSP Heads
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I was the first to do this build with the 110 drop on back in 2016. Different head porter and massive attention on the other forum. Itís been duplicated more than any other 110 combo it seems for good reason, snappy as it gets up to 4500 rpms. Best bagger street 110 build imo.
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I was the first to do this build with the 110 drop on back in 2016. Different head porter and massive attention on the other forum. Itís been duplicated more than any other 110 combo it seems for good reason, snappy as it gets up to 4500 rpms. Best bagger street 110 build imo.

If this is the build I read have about didnít it you hit 130 tq at only 10:1 compression?

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I was the first to do this build with the 110 drop on back in 2016. Different head porter and massive attention on the other forum. Itís been duplicated more than any other 110 combo it seems for good reason, snappy as it gets up to 4500 rpms. Best bagger street 110 build imo.

If this is the build I read have about didnít it you hit 130 tq at only 10:1 compression?

Was closer to 10.2.
currently 489ci in the garage