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Not to many 127" builds out there, 4.5 x 4.25.
T-man 127 pistons at 10.5-1
S&S Flywheels trued,balanced,welded.
100cc heads 2" int. by Rob Schopf Performance
Woods 408G cams
S&S G carb
VPC92/380lb spring
Daytona twin tec ign.

Pump friendly build with tons of power where I use it most.:coffee:
Reading on this forum helped fuel this build from the beginning, I thank anyone whose posts I've read good, or bad about there builds and experiences.:clap:http://www.v-twinforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=67753&d=1316483706
 

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Nice, I'd like to know the longevity of this kind of build. strongly considering a similar build.

Again very nice numbers and congratulations!
 

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Nice, I'd like to know the longevity of this kind of build. strongly considering a similar build.

Again very nice numbers and congratulations!
Nothing lasts forever if you beat it. Only 10.5 to 1, with a big fat .045 headgasket to boot.
The motor works alot less to do alot more.
The rate at which it builds rpms is just sick. It hits 5000 rpms before I can even look down at the tach.
Ton of fun for the street.

Will enjoy every mile learning the longevity.:)
Thanks.
 

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very nice !
 
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