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Just finished my second build on this bike, 29K miles.

95" Twin Cam
KB hypereutectic Flat Top Pistons
9.7 to 1 Compression Ratio
BC's TC1A Heads
http://www.bcheads.com/twin.htm
Woods TW-6HG Cams
Opened TB to 48mm, from BC's
Thunder Header
.040 Cometic Head Gasket
Ness Big Sucker
Jims Big Axle Lifters
S&S Rockers
SE Forged Rocker Support Plate (Insurance) :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
SE Adjustable Push Rods
SERT
HP: 106.2
TQ: 107 Ft. Lbs.

Like most others on this site, I did allot of research on this cam, piston and compression choice. The valve train with this cam is nowhere near as noisy as I thought it would be. Barely notice it. Wanted to keep the compression slightly mild because the best gas we have out here is 91 octane.

Dyno chart view aided by free viewer download from Dynojet
http://www.dynojet.com/downloads/software.php (Nice tool)
 

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bedemonster said:
STD smoothing...why not SAE?:nono:
I don't think the STD smoothing has anything to do with SAE HP/Torque corrections. The chart doesn't specify if it's SAE or STD corrections though. I'm sure a dyno guru can chime in here with clarification.
 

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The chart was saved with the STD correction factor. I recreated saved with SAE correction factor.
I've seen these posted either way. Didn't realize it was frowned upon here.
 
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