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Old 12-29-2018, 10:09 AM
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Not getting the numbers like the new M8 motors, but she can certainly get out of her own way now! Just had the guys at FM put this together for me earlier this year. Now just need to wait for riding weather to come back.....
 
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Pulls out of the gate with 100 torgue, I think you'll be real happy with it. That's also a huge increase in peak numbers. Going to be hard on tires now.
 

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I have a question regarding the torque curve.
For a true touring bike, long distance 3000 mile trips, Interstate and 2 lane mountains.
What should a torque curve line look like? Mostly flat or early peak or late peak?
I'm considering a 124" build and of course, fuel isn't always the best when traveling.
 
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Originally Posted by L88 View Post
I have a question regarding the torque curve.
For a true touring bike, long distance 3000 mile trips, Interstate and 2 lane mountains.
What should a torque curve line look like? Mostly flat or early peak or late peak?
I'm considering a 124" build and of course, fuel isn't always the best when traveling.
See FM's TQ curve in post #5781 above, where you can see results for one of their 124" kits.
 
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Originally Posted by flirtinwithdisaster View Post
107 M8 Stage 1 kit with 4.5 Reinharts, de-cater stock header, S&S intake and TTS master tune. Very Happy with performance and sound. All work was done by JD Cycle works. Dave is a wizard with his dyno.

Stock: 100 torque 75 HP
Mods: 112 torque 88 HP
What gear is the run done in?
 
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2019 Street Glide, FM M8 124" big bore kit, FM Level A CNC heads, Wood WM8-408 cam, SE 64mm TB with Ward manifold, AIM SDR clutch, Jackpot XXX head pipe & Outlaw mufflers, and we tuned it with Dynojet Power Vision

 
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2013 Road Glide 103 with .030 HG, Andrews 44H cams, SE xentilator A/C, SE high flow exhaust with 2.25" stainless perf baffles(custom)

2013 Road Glide Andrews 44H cams
 
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2006 Streetglide,Rinehart slipons,203 cams, 95inch. Dyno at 88hp and 105 torque.Sweet runner with 80,000 miles. Can shred a rear tire easily. Oh and big sucker air filter facing the wind with k&N filter.Better numbers than a 107 M8.
 
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