Hey guys, thought I might share this with you, as we all love the Supermeg and the HQ cams so much.
I've done a couple of the new 2011 FL bikes now, both with Supermeg and HQ-TC-500-HC cams.
Red curves are the the bike totally stock.
Blue curves are what I initially did with 20 discs. This bike has the crappy SE air cleaner. It went well enough, but still came up against a wall above 110mph trying to pull that tall 6th gear. Needed to drop down into 5th.
So, as an experiment, I went back to basics and revisited the number of discs. Buggered around for a couple of days with different configurations, including the open end cap. Ended up with the black curves, which is 26 discs and closed end cap. Man, has this filled in the torque curve. Bike is more responsive everywhere, even at small throttle openings. This is not what I used to find back in carburetor world, where I would typically get my best results with 18 or 20 discs, and 26 discs would actually knock a hole in the torque between 2500 and 3500 rpm.