$400 retail with a programming cable is a good price IMO.Scott
Still, that's in the ballpark of other similar units like the PC3. When something gets made in smaller numbers there's often a premium to pay for it. I'm glad this one seems reasonably priced.Scott
On the dyno, mine started to shut off the gas at 5500 and the mixture would start to lean out, but the engine would keep running to 5900 before it would quit. The power dropped off rapidly above 5500 but it was interesting to see the engine keep on revving. Or quite like most of the engines I've had dynoed which quit pretty much at redline or maybe 100 RPM higher.Bare
Here's some detail on what I have on:http://www.enfieldmotorcycles.com/forum/index.php?topic=15416.0Scott
This Hitchcock pipe is nice. It's a bit larger diameter than the stock RE pipe. With a Goldie silencer, it makes less power than stock! The bottom end power is gone! Jack had one on his bike. It didn't work well. He went back to the stock bike with the Goldie.Ron Greene said the D&D pipe was worth 4 hp. I'm assuming he meant over the stock pipes. If true, that's a good hike!BareBare
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