Runs great. I'm runnin' Bassani slip ons. He had it done over a week ago and the results were dismal with my SE slip ons with gutted baffles. He took some Bassani's off a bike in the shop and came up with much better numbers. I'm a big fan of Bassani anyway. Had Pro Streets on my WG for awhile and my son runs the slip ons on his EG. Idle circuit needs tweaked some as it died at a couple of stops on the way home, but I left the shop and rode it like I stole it. Good power through out, especially out on the highway. That's what I was lookin' for. More grunt.MegaGlide said:You're gonna like that.
What pipes ya' runnin'?
That's what I was lookin' for. My WG is a stock 88 with a 42 Mikuni and SE igniton and runs great. Of course it's a lot lighter than the RK. I was riding in the mountains last year and didn't like the lack of grunt on the RK and decided then I needed to do something.Mtclassic said:Grayrider, you will like it. Power right where the normal rpms are. I have a FLHTC with flattops and andrews 21 and my graph is really similar to yours. Provides good passing power up to over a 100 and the 60 to 90 is really nice.
It could be. This wasn't the build that I originally intended. The guy that did it recommended it. He's reputable (Works for a local dealer) and has done several like this. He ususally gets 100 lbs of torque or more, but I think my header pipes prevent more power. When he finished the build, he ran a base run on the dyno with my SE slip ons with gutted baffles and only got little more than 80 lbs of tq. He took some Bassani slip ons off another bike put them on mine and picked up 10 lbs more. He asked me what I wanted to do and I said, "ORDER ME SOME BASSANI'S!" Exhaust made a major difference.Mtclassic said:Grayrider, it is uncanny how similar our graphs are. The 510 and andrews 21 must be very close. I used stock hg's but wished I would have used the cometic 0.030 because everything I have read makes it seem like they add a bit of power.