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Old 11-17-2012, 10:09 PM   #1
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how much power do the 1200X's put out? is it comparable to a buell?
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Old 11-17-2012, 10:35 PM   #3
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Bore x Stroke: 88.8mm x 96.8
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Torque: 74 ft. lbs. @ 3700 rpm
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hmmmm interesting. like the styling of the buell better.
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Old 11-17-2012, 10:41 PM   #6
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Engine: Air-cooled OHV pushrod V-twin
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Displacement: 1203cc
Torque: 74 ft. lbs. @ 3700 rpm
HP: 90 hp @ 7000 rpm
Transmission: 5-speed, belt final drive
i'm not a plethora of bike/engine knowledge and i won't pretend to be, but why is there a difference in hp/tq between this 1203 and the 1203 in my Buell XB ??

i believe my Buell goes for @ 105hp and @ 85ftlbs....
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i'm not a plethora of bike/engine knowledge and i won't pretend to be, but why is there a difference in hp/tq between this 1203 and the 1203 in my Buell XB ??

i believe my Buell goes for @ 105hp and @ 85ftlbs....
litos you're close, it's 103hp 84 ft/lbs. and really i think it has to do with buell's head and cam design. which on the harley would be easily cured.
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litos you're close, it's 103hp 84 ft/lbs. and really i think it has to do with buell's head and cam design. which on the harley would be easily cured.
Makes sense - shame on me for thinking the 1203 was identical in every bike lol...

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Holy , that's what those are? I thought they were highway pegs which I can honestly believe someone would put on it because it is a Harley after all. Either that or tassel hangers.
Yeeesh, awesome bike btw, congrats.
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