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Picked up my Fury 5 days ago 110 miles.
Can anyone direct me to a thread where I can see the HP of a stock bike.
I purchased new pipes and airbox and the dealer wants to put it on a dyno not sure what can come from that.
 

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Welcome SemperFI ... glad you could join us, if you look around this site, pretty sure you'll find the HP numbers of this ride... HP is not this bike's forte, stock, it is somewhere around 56 HP or so...

Have fun with the ride!
 

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If the dealer is charging you for the dyno it isnt worth it unless your planning on tuning it off the dyno, if they are trying to get you numbers so they have it as a marketing tool(to sell pipes and intake), go for it but add a fuel controler anyways and have them tune it while its there just because it will make more efficient power and also get your bike tuned.

Im upto 2600 miles and have had the bike 2 1/2 months.
 

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Picked up my Fury 5 days ago 110 miles.
Can anyone direct me to a thread where I can see the HP of a stock bike.
I purchased new pipes and airbox and the dealer wants to put it on a dyno not sure what can come from that.
Review in Cycle World June 2009 tested the Fury and claims these #'s:
56.0 rear wheel HP @4300 RPM.
71.6 foot-pounds of TORQUE @3300 RPM.
Top Speed governed at 100 MPH.
0-60 in 5.4 sec.
1/4 mile in 13.88 sec @ 92.58 MPH.
 

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Thanks

The pipes are on back order and my dealer is not a registered dealer with Mean and Low so the Airbox and filter have not been ordered. The dealer just finished a previous bike with the same type of equipment and they claimed 6 HP increase. The additional toys would cost me about 2K, I think I am going to cancel the order. I don't see any plus in the purchase other than it will look better when it is parked.
 

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Welcome! Frankly SemperFI, with new pipes AND new intake , a dyno run is a good idea. Help us out with what pipes, intake and fuel controller you are running and be sure to post the dyno results.....ALL HERE ARE WAITING FOR THAT TYPE OF INFO.
 

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Nobody should be running around town with the stock pipes. That’s insane. Protect yourself and let people know your there!:D That was the reason when I told my wife when I bought new pipes for my Shadow years ago. Safety is #1.
 

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Welcome SemperFi... you have found the right place to look around and get some info. So one question for you is where are you at? East or West Coast? We have a little group out here in SoCal and was just wondering... Cheers :cool:
 

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Welcome SemperFi... you have found the right place to look around and get some info. So one question for you is where are you at? East or West Coast? We have a little group out here in SoCal and was just wondering... Cheers :cool:
Shoosh CB, yeah you west coast guys run around a bit together. Us east coast guys are cool enough we dont need others......well thats what im telling myself now since i still cant even find one on the road, but my bike turns heads on its own
 

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2k for pipes and intake is insane! I priced a Cobra kit (intake, pipes, FC) for about 1k. Charging another 1k for install is silly.
 

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The pipes are on back order and my dealer is not a registered dealer with Mean and Low so the Airbox and filter have not been ordered. The dealer just finished a previous bike with the same type of equipment and they claimed 6 HP increase. The additional toys would cost me about 2K, I think I am going to cancel the order. I don't see any plus in the purchase other than it will look better when it is parked.
most pipes run 500-600 i think on some websites and on ebay. PowerFlo intake is about 200 through Phatperformance (L&M or accutronics will run you probably 300ish-400ish for spike or some of the other intakes the adapters allow), Fuel management will run you 200-300 pending Cobra, Fuggin, or DynoJet. Install is relatively easy on everything just tuning is the issue which will be either patience or about 100-250 bucks.

I would just do the mods on your own then take it to the dealer to tune if your questionable on it.
 

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Shoosh CB, yeah you west coast guys run around a bit together. Us east coast guys are cool enough we dont need others......well thats what im telling myself now since i still cant even find one on the road, but my bike turns heads on its own
I am sure you do turn heads when you are out riding by yourself but when you have six or more rolling down the road two by two then the heads really start turning... LOL :cool:
 

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Shoosh CB, yeah you west coast guys run around a bit together. Us east coast guys are cool enough we dont need others......well thats what im telling myself now since i still cant even find one on the road, but my bike turns heads on its own
Its COOL riding along??...try being up in Canada,,its friggen freezing! lol. Had my bike out for the last 2 weeks and yesterday got nailed by a snow storm. Got 8 inches of snow in a matter of hours with gale force winds of 150km/hr (it pulled street signs right out of the concrete)...not gonna be riding for a week or so unless I put my snow chains on. I see a few guys from Canada on this site but I think I'm the only lonely soldier from Saskatoon Saskatchewan..haven't seen anyone else riding a Fury yet...but you're right..it sure turns heads when nobody knows what kinda bike it is.
 

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Its COOL riding along??...try being up in Canada,,its friggen freezing! lol. Had my bike out for the last 2 weeks and yesterday got nailed by a snow storm. Got 8 inches of snow in a matter of hours with gale force winds of 150km/hr (it pulled street signs right out of the concrete)...not gonna be riding for a week or so unless I put my snow chains on. I see a few guys from Canada on this site but I think I'm the only lonely soldier from Saskatoon Saskatchewan..haven't seen anyone else riding a Fury yet...but you're right..it sure turns heads when nobody knows what kinda bike it is.
I feel for you Roger. We have been fighting a brutal winter here in Ohio and I was always envious of the riders in the south and in CA that were able to get out and ride. I went out today for a ride and had to turn around to go back home and get gloves on. It sucked, but I was able to put it into perspective and be thankful that I could ride. I’ll be pulling for you bro, cause I know how it feels.
 

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Welcome to the forum Semper Fi! I think you'll find everything you need to know about the Fury here.
 
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