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Old 03-20-2011, 11:46 AM
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Well got to ride the bike quite a bit yesterday. It is very well mannered for such a high horsepower build, very streetable. Riding this thing will take some discipline and discretion. Yesterday at one point I wicked it at about 2500 rpm in third going about 50 mph to pass a car, in a blink the bike was going 83 mph in a 55...

Lost a pair of glasses yesterday while out on said ride, about a $600 oops...
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Old 03-20-2011, 02:23 PM
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What was the final cost of having this done?
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What was the final cost of having this done?
Engine
VH Pro pipe exhaust with heat shields
SE Roller rockers
Latus Motors Racing throttle body, manifold, and Harley injectors
New outer primary wrinkle black
New cam chest cover wrinkle black
Baisley oil pump bypass
Oil cooler
SE Clutch plates and diaphragm spring
AIM variable pressure clutch
AIM billet pressure plate
Dakota Digital Speedo / Tach combo
Other misc gaskets and fluids
Installation
New engine break in and tune on the dyno

Total = $8500

I kept the original engine in case I ever sell the bike.
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Old 03-20-2011, 06:22 PM
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Not bad, really! Glad you are enjoying it.
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Engine
Exhaust with heat shields
SE Roller rockers
Throttle Body & Manifold
New outer primary wrinkle black
New cam chest cover wrinkle black
Baisley oil pump bypass
Oil cooler
SE Clutch plates and diaphragm spring
AIM variable pressure clutch
AIM billet pressure plate
Dakota Digital Speedo / Tach combo
Other misc gaskets and fluids
Installation
New engine break in and tune on the dyno

Total = $8500

I kept the original engine in case I ever sell the bike.
Man, I could save some $$ since I have alot of those parts already.
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Man, I could save some $$ since I have alot of those parts already.
Might be able to if the pieces would cross over. A couple of the items are above and beyond what most are doing. The manifold, throttle body, and injectors came in at about a grand. It is a piece that Latus Motors and Baisley are marketing. The exhaust is just a VH Pro pipe hi output but I did get the heat shields which bumped the price up about $150.

The other thing I did was pretty much have the original engine pulled out complete so it can go into the stand and be ready should the need arise. That added a few buck in that new items were used instead of pulling pieces from the original. I plan to go through the original over the next year or so and have it in good shape should it be needed.
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