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S&S big bore kit 124!!!!

 
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Old 12-12-2018, 11:33 AM
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The Winter Power Package is a short run promo and the 107 was the most likely candidate for it. We do indeed have big bore kits (128CI) for the 114s on the way as well as CVO color matched jugs.

WPP is definitely a screaming deal, though!

 
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Old 12-12-2018, 01:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Trainwreck43 View Post
Someone buy this kit and give us a real Dyno/review! Only thing that turns me off is the dip in torque on their stock Dyno sheet. Wonder if there's an exhaust combo that tunes that out.
Here's my shop bike with the S&S 124" piston/cylinder kit. This was purpose built for torque and utilizes the stock heads and throttle body. I call it the Tractor.

Pistons were down in the cylinder during mock up .019" rear and .015" front. We trimmed them to zero deck.

There will be methodical component changes moving forward, first is a larger throttle body, then different cams and exhausts. One part at a time, then re-tune.


 
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I traded my 16 cvo street glide for a 19 road glide special scorched orange/black denim. Only one I know of in the area. I have ordered the 128 kit which should be going in this month. I am looking forward to getting this bike. The cvo was 122/139 and was fun to ride we are going to try to get 155/150 on the road glide. I'll let you know when its finished, dyno'd and ready to put in the trailer for Arizona bike week.
 
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I am getting ready to do this build. I am curious if anyone else has experience with it yet.I am looking for torque / mid range punch, not so much top end. I'm not sure which way to go for exhaust. Leaning towards the Bassani road rage. Bike is an 18 slim.
 
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I'm going to use the D&D Fat Cat 2 to 1 have used it before and was really happy with both the sound and the performance. I use a ghost pipe with the set up because I have stretched bags but you can get by with just the pipe.
 
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Just ordered my kit. Right now it looks like I will be staying with stock heads and throttle body. Bassani 2 into 1 and a heavy breather. Torque is all I can afford at this point. If anyone wants to chime in on how this build might work, feel free. Experience and sound advice are always welcomed. Maybe next winter I can do the heads and throttle body.
 
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Originally Posted by Quicksilver55 View Post
I traded my 16 cvo street glide for a 19 road glide special scorched orange/black denim. Only one I know of in the area. I have ordered the 128 kit which should be going in this month. I am looking forward to getting this bike. The cvo was 122/139 and was fun to ride we are going to try to get 155/150 on the road glide. I'll let you know when its finished, dyno'd and ready to put in the trailer for Arizona bike week.
What's the good word on this?
 
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Im building mine now 124 S&S with scremin eagle extreme air cleaner powervision 2 with auto tune and D&D Billet Cat will post back end of month hopefully its tuned and ready for Daytona
 
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Originally Posted by baz70 View Post
Just ordered my kit. Right now it looks like I will be staying with stock heads and throttle body. Bassani 2 into 1 and a heavy breather. Torque is all I can afford at this point. If anyone wants to chime in on how this build might work, feel free. Experience and sound advice are always welcomed. Maybe next winter I can do the heads and throttle body.
Did you get your kit yet? I just ordered mine on Monday and it's back-ordered 2 weeks from S&S. I'm staying with stock heads and TB too but I may use bigger injectors.
 
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Old 02-09-2019, 09:01 PM
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Did you get your kit yet? I just ordered mine on Monday and it's back-ordered 2 weeks from S&S. I'm staying with stock heads and TB too but I may use bigger injectors.
There is a Mathematical formula for the duty cycle of a given injector for known HP output, I my good man have forgotten it , a keener mind might add to this.
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