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115hp and 115tq...see my sig for build details...great bikes when the epa crap is removed

Looks like you did a little more than remove the smog crap.
 

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Produces 115 tq at the crank. Any guess what it will produce at the rear wheel? Thanks.
If I had to guess I would say about [email protected] the rear wheel.Maybe a little more!!!! This is of corse bone stock!!!!!
 

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having a oil pressure drop at 3,ooo rpms anyone else having problem 07 110 scream eagle
Unfortunately, You are not alone! Check your crank run out.
 

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Sorry to say some of these numbers are a little off. Stock 110 puts out 78hp, 91ft/lbs torque at the wheel ( 115 at the crank). With a standard super tuner canned map and stage 1 (depending on exhaust) about 87 hp and 104 torque at the wheel. Now add Dyno and 91-95 hp, 111-115 torque. Need to split the case for anything more.
 

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huh?...add cams, headwork, throttle body, injectors, exhaust and 125hp is VERY possible...that is with the right kit...it could be done with screamin' eagle parts if you know which ones to pick...110" is a big motor, there's nothing wrong with it once you get rid of the tree-hugger engineering

I do agree with your stage 1 and dyno tuned numbers, just not with the "split cases for anything more"
 

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My .02!!!!$hit you better off building your own 110ci with custom parts instead of buying a 110ci for all that money!!! I think you could build a 110 with better numbers & save some money!!! I'm just saying!!!!!
 

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Subscribed, with interest, as I have a CVO RG on its way. I'm thinking Dark Horse the crank, cams, head work, exhaust, and tune. Looking for 120/120 and I'd be happy. Realistic?

And yeah, I know, as long as I'm doing the crank may as well do this and that. But I'm trying to draw the line somewhere.
 

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I believe mr mackie can meet your goals...or any builder worth his salt

arealinvestor: absolutely you're right...reason I bought an se bike was 'cause I could put the cost of the build in the loan, and also unload my old bike...this is without a dime out of pocket up front....I know it makes horrible sense in the long run, but I don't regret it...this is the best bike I've ever owned!
 

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Subscribed, with interest, as I have a CVO RG on its way. I'm thinking Dark Horse the crank, cams, head work, exhaust, and tune. Looking for 120/120 and I'd be happy. Realistic?

And yeah, I know, as long as I'm doing the crank may as well do this and that. But I'm trying to draw the line somewhere.
You should be able to get that very [email protected]:
 
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