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Thread: 2010 FLHTCU Torque Tuning

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    TNBreeze Guest

    Cool 2010 FLHTCU Torque Tuning

    I hoped to find a supermeg for this bike but they seem to be few and very far between for now. I came across a deal on the internal disc slipons so I thought I would give that a shot. I'm interested in keeping sound to a radio friendly level and since this is a heavy bike making the best of available low and mid-range torque. I'm assuming this means a reduction in the number of discs on both counts compared to maximizing power. Eventually, when the money tree is a little healthier, I will swap head pipes but am running stock for now. What is a good starting place for the number of discs in these mufflers for my goals? With the stock headpipes and mufflers, it seems that roughly 2/3 of the exhaust goes through the right muffler. Should the number of discs be adjusted to try and even out the flow or does that really matter since pressure should somewhat equalize at the "power port"?

    Thanks,
    Breeze

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    bschultz Guest

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    The internal disc slip-ons come with 12 discs per muffler and that's not a bad place to start. Discs can be removed from the left and added to the right (2-4) which should provide a change in the bottom vs top end power.

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    TNBreeze Guest

    Cool

    Did you possibly mean move discs from the right to the left side to open the left side? or did you actually mean to further restrict the left.

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    bschultz Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNBreeze View Post
    Did you possibly mean move discs from the right to the left side to open the left side? or did you actually mean to further restrict the left.
    Actually I was thinking more along the lines of freeing up the flow on the right.

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