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tyler m asked are big bore kits reliable?
just as the question says,thinkin bout doin a 1250 kit on a sportser are they reliable?and are the gains worth it
And got the following answer:
WHICH 1250 kit are you considering??? What year Sporty??? Yes, they are reliable, but it really depends on how good of a mechanic the person is who installs it. Definitely install the high-tensile strength cylinder studs available from Screamin Eagle!!! The big bore kit ALONE, will only SLIGHTLY increase the power. To achieve the full potential of the power it is capable of, you need to also use the CORRECT combination of performance enhancing components. CAMS, are an essential part of making power, HD's stock cams are extremely weak for EPA Emissions standards, even a set of mild bolt-in cams is a MAJOR inprovement over stock. For the 1250, I would recommend a set of the Screamin Eagle High Performance Cams (.536 lift). HEAD work....making the motor BREATH is THE key to making power. An 883 with bolt-in cams and properly ported heads will smoke a stock 1250. Screamin Eagle heads for the Sportster are one of the best heads on the market for the money. At the very minimum, I would have a valve job done to your stock heads with hi-flo valves, guides, and performance springs. You wil DEFINITELY want to change carbs if your bike is carbed, or have the ECM remapped for injection with a Screamin Eagle Super Tuner and have it dyno TUNED...stay away from Power Commanders...they only control fuel, you also NEED timing and rev-limits adjustments. Go with a Screamin Eagle Intake Manifold and the Mikuni 42mm carb. In addition to the carb....this is a MUST for engine size changes....if the bike is carbed, you NEED a new ignition system. The best on the market is Daytona Twin Tec, SINGLE FIRE, get the full system with coil and wires. It has fully tuneablity for rev-limit, overall timing, and advance curve, depending on the year of the bike, 04-up systems for the Sporty's can actaully be custom mapped by a dyno tuner by using a pc. If your bike is 03-earlier, you also need Daytona Twin Tec's VOES switch for the ignition (vacuum advance switch), it is pre-adjusted to turn on at 6 inches of vacuum for better performance, as compared to the stock HD switch that turns on at 3.5-4.5. And if you really want the bike to PULL HARD, and don't mind losing about 10mph off the top max speed, install a 27 tooth front sprocket off an 883. If you have any questions, email me here through my profile, I will be glad to help. An example of the power the Sporty is capable of....an a XR1200 that I just did recently.........I had the heads ported with oversize valves, hi-flo guides, radius valve job, 10.5:1 compression, cnc ported throttle body, Screamin Eagle Air Cleaner, RedShift Cams, and modified STOCK exhaust, all with a Screamin Eagle Super Tuner modified ECM. This was actually one of the easiest bikes I ever tuned....it put out 112hp @ 6700rpm and 108 ft/lbs of torque @ 5900rpm..............these measurement are taken at the WHEEL...not the crank.....and are higher figures than a STOCK HD 103" Big Twin.