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Old 03-02-2010, 01:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Make it go faster!

Well I did it. I found a 2008 FLHTP with 12000 miles and I got it. Now what can I do to make it faster? What's the biggest bang for the buck? Or what should I start with?
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Old 03-02-2010, 01:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm sure you will get a million answers but a simple flux capacitor should net you 20-25hp
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Old 03-02-2010, 01:13 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Is a flux capacitor just a bolt-on mod, or will I have to have it installed by a trained mad scientist?
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In order of cheap to expensive:

Pipe, air filter, tune
Pipe, air filter, cam, tune
Pipe, air filter, cam, big bore, tune
Pipe, air filter, cam, big bore, head work, tune
117"
124"

I would recommend the second option for now.
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Old 03-02-2010, 03:00 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Any reccomendations on products or product combinations? I'm REALLY new to the twin cam/EFI bikes.
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You need go-fast gas.....NOS
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nos best and easiest bang for your buck...........
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Old 03-06-2010, 01:57 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Should have bought a Honda if you're after speed.
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Old 03-08-2010, 10:02 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Should have bought a Honda if you're after speed.
That's about the dumbest thing I've ever heard, but thanks for your input.
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I think Pikeslayer said it best!!
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How much are looking to spend? If not a lot, and you think more mods will be down the road, I would buy a TTS tuner, a D&D Fat Cat 2 into 1 (or another brand of 2into1), and screaming eagle backing plate with K&N filter. With just those mods, you could probably get by with a canned map and avoid the dyno. Then later when you want more, all those parts will work up to 117".

The parts I listed would be about $1000 - $1200 not installed. Should get you about 10 - 15 hp.
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In order of cheap to expensive:

Pipe, air filter, tune
Pipe, air filter, cam, tune
Pipe, air filter, cam, big bore, tune
Pipe, air filter, cam, big bore, head work, tune
117"
124"

I would recommend the second option for now.
The first is better - until you get the cash to go bigger. Any cam that is made to go fast will need a little more compression. and you forgot a better throttle body.
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With just those mods, you could probably get by with a canned map and avoid the dyno.
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I tuned a 09 NT yesterday. 950 miles.
96 ci 37 cams V&h PRO PIPE. TTS.
STOCK ECM = 70 hp 80 tq.SAE
canned map = 72 hp 82 tq.SAE
tuned afr but still working some timing = 85 hp 98 tq.SAE
88 HP 102 TQ. std.
I wish they were all this easy to tune LOL... nice combo makes tuning easy.
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Old 03-08-2010, 02:27 PM   #14 (permalink)
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How much are looking to spend? If not a lot, and you think more mods will be down the road, I would buy a TTS tuner, a D&D Fat Cat 2 into 1 (or another brand of 2into1), and screaming eagle backing plate with K&N filter. With just those mods, you could probably get by with a canned map and avoid the dyno. Then later when you want more, all those parts will work up to 117".

The parts I listed would be about $1000 - $1200 not installed. Should get you about 10 - 15 hp.
1200 bucks is about my budget. It will be a month or so before I start shopping. I wanna do a 2 into 1 if just for the fact that splitting the rear exhaust is just not right, IMO.

Thanks for the info. I'm gonna do some research on the products you have listed.
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I tuned a 09 NT yesterday. 950 miles.
96 ci 37 cams V&h PRO PIPE. TTS.
STOCK ECM = 70 hp 80 tq.SAE
canned map = 72 hp 82 tq.SAE
tuned afr but still working some timing = 85 hp 98 tq.SAE
88 HP 102 TQ. std.
I wish they were all this easy to tune LOL... nice combo makes tuning easy.
Maybe a canned map won't cut it then. I ran a canned map on my '06 Dyna with just a pipe and an air cleaner, it was fat but the butt dyno said major improvement.

LVMC, you better plan on a trip to the dyno after all. ANd if you're going to the dyno, might as well keep your eyes open for used cams. I'll let the others recommend a cam.
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