115hp and 115tq...see my sig for build details...great bikes when the epa crap is removed
Thanks. Could definitely use some waking up.07
CVO roadking pure stock. 87.2 HP, 102 TQ.
We'll have to compare notes along the way. Silver, like yours. It's due end of this month. If I can get to 115 tq with pipes, tune, and a/c, I'd be :clap:So you decided to go ahead and get the CVO RG.
What color you going with?
I am die for mid Feb to get here when I get my Silver one.
I am thinking I can get to 115 tq with just air cleaner, pipes and tuner. Then I will leave it like that for a year or two.
Why the low hp #'s on this motor (stock & built)?115 isn't too unrealistic.
My dad bought an '08 Softail Springer. Did the pipes, a/c and SERT. He had it dyno tuned and it resulted in 85hp and 114tq. He had the dealer do all of it before he took delivery.
That seems an easy enough fix. Cams, air, pipes, tune = 115+ hp/tq?its da stock cams. they fall on their face before the motor can hold that tq long enough for the dyno software to call it HP.
115 tq is not uncommon...115 hp is a lot harder to get on these new 6 speed bikes...the heads will require considerable work...most of the top head porters do not like the cvo 110 heads, so I replaced mine with ported 96" heads, including 1.94/1.63 valves and high velocity ports...and the 96" heads have more of the important squish area
not saying everyone needs to do this, just pointing out the limitations of the stock 110 heads