Last issue we showed you a basic stage one upgrade on an ’11 Street Glide using Fuel Moto’s Jackpot stainless steel 2-1-2 head pipe, 4-inch Touring Mufflers, Stage 1 Air Cleaner kit, and Power Commander’s new Power Vision EFI tuner. A simple bolt-on affair, that install made for a great performance improvement over the stock 65.34 hp and 78.16 lb-ft torque numbers with the bike putting out 80.28 hp (nearly 23 percent gain) and 94.41 lb-ft of torque (21 percent more torque) with a nice torque curve above 90 lb-ft from 3,000 to 4,500 rpm. The owner really liked the sound and noticeable seat-of-the-pants gain in power the upgrade provided.
While we agreed that the bike had a nice growl without being too loud, we liked the price (about $1,400 in parts) and overall performance the install achieved. The results made it clear how serious Fuel Moto owner, Jamie Long, is about ensuring his company’s proprietary components make good power, and that his hours on the dyno developing maps for Dyno Jet’s new Power Vision EFI module squeezed the best results out of those components. It also became evident as to why many of Fuel Moto’s customers come from more than 100 miles away from the shop’s Little Chute, Wisconsin, home base to have their bikes hopped up and tuned.
Satisfied with the first stage of his hop-up, the Street Glide owner, Jason Staniak, decided to let Fuel Moto dig a little deeper into his bike by installing a new set of cams and porting/polishing his throttle body and intake. Of course we continued to shoot over the shoulder of Fuel Moto’s head tech, Jim Monson, as he performed the install. HB
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