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Old 07-13-2005, 12:35 PM   #1
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interesting porting and flow information

really, kinda goes against the "norm" of bigger is better, but as explained, the bigger is better is all good if your spinning 8k rpm's.

just thought it was interesting
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Old 07-13-2005, 01:07 PM   #2
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Re: interesting porting and flow information

I can spin 9K+ RPM's :biggthumpup:

"...presents his roadworthy 1200 Sportster, a bike that makes 94 foot-pounds of torque and 105 horsepower, as he says, "all sealed up"-meaning with mufflers. Its torque curve does not slope downward as the revs rise; it's flat-the way a torque curve should be-to 6000 rpm"

<---Muddy I know your gears are turning now!
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Re: interesting porting and flow information

muddy as in muddy jeep? legendary SRT driver?
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Old 07-13-2005, 01:57 PM   #4
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Re: interesting porting and flow information

Holy , scooter trash is muddy jeep? If I am right I met you at teaworks when you had the SRT (piggy back comp, evo compressor on the turbo, DR's on the front, and a home depot special CAI) if I remember right.
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I can spin 9K+ RPM's :biggthumpup:

"...presents his roadworthy 1200 Sportster, a bike that makes 94 foot-pounds of torque and 105 horsepower, as he says, "all sealed up"-meaning with mufflers. Its torque curve does not slope downward as the revs rise; it's flat-the way a torque curve should be-to 6000 rpm"

<---Muddy I know your gears are turning now!
I say just throw a freakin' turbo on it and call it good, plenty of air flowing, plenty of boost and plenty of power cheaper than he did it with all kinds of work. I could do a bolt on turbo and hit approx the same HP easily with low boost.
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Old 07-13-2005, 02:41 PM   #6
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Holy , scooter trash is muddy jeep? If I am right I met you at teaworks when you had the SRT (piggy back comp, evo compressor on the turbo, DR's on the front, and a home depot special CAI) if I remember right.
Thats me indeed :-)

ya still wanna race the scoot?
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muddy as in muddy jeep? legendary SRT driver?
OOPS! 'Sorry Muddeaux
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muddy as in muddy jeep? legendary SRT driver?
OOPS! 'Sorry Muddeaux
hahahahahhaa. 'tis nada

still laughing at the "legendary"...I did make some waves in Houston with that car. EVERYBODY knew it, was fun.
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