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Discussion in 'Dyno Runs' started by wolfen, Apr 25, 2015.

  1. wolfen

    wolfen Member

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    Hi , Where can I get my Big Dog Chopper Dyno Tuned in New Jersey. Or at least in the south jersey area. Everywhere I look they don`t have a dyno big enough to fit my bike.
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  2. Jersey Big Mike

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    Try Throttle City

    He's in Levittown, PA, not far across the Burlington Bristol Bridge. He is a very good mechanic and he's usually the one showing up to dyno tune at area shows (delmarva bike week and many others)

    Throttle City
    5426 Emilie Rd, Levittown, PA 19057
    (215) 945-0232
    Throttle City

    I don't know how mcuh Big Dog specific he's done but I know guys that have been using him for YEARS.
     
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    Called them ,they said they don`t work on big dogs.
     
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    Jersey Big Mike Well-Known Member

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    Sorry

    Hey - He was honest enough to tell you rather then someplaces that would screw the bike up. I knew he was a stand up guy, sorry that didn't help you.
     
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    It`s cool Jersey Big Mike, it was worth a try.
    Thanks
     
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    I found a place that said they can Dyno my Chopper. It`s called Screamers Custom Cycles , it`s in Woodbury ,NJ 08096. I`m taking it there tomorrow. I`ll let everyone know how it turns out. If it turns out good , They will be the only place I could find in the tri-state area that has a dyno machine that can do choppers. I`ll let you know.
     
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    I got the Chopper back. It put out 117 HP 146 Tq. It has a blip at around 4500 rpms. The guy said it could be a bad ignition switch. It running real good, I normally don`t run it that hard anyway. So I think I will ride it as it is , and slowly look for the electrical glitch. Any advise would be welcomed.
     
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    What mods have you done to your bike?
     
  9. KnotSo

    KnotSo No Time or Patience for Drama or Disrespect.
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    Ever figure out the blip at 4500 rpm's?
     
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    146 ft. lbs. for a 2005 117 is unbelievable. Literally, unless you have upped the compression, upgraded the valves, 600 cam, Thunderjet and more. I am told the primary can't even handle that torque maxing out at 120 ft. lbs. without bearing support mods.
     
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    Not sure why it took me two weeks to figure this out but I suspect you had 146nm of torque which makes more sense. About 107 ft. lbs.
     
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