For those may be interested, I just got back from a test ride.
I did a little bit of backroads and some highway cruising with the occasional full throttle blast.
Boost temps stayed around 120-140 when I was riding twisties.
Boost temps jumped to 174 when I was on the highway droning along at 80mph
I don't know what Boost temps were when I held it wide open but it was very quick so I don't think it jumped to high.
Temps by me are just under 70* F
The bike is running leaner, I can feel it and there seems to be a flat spot in the eco-mode section of the powerband. The bike feels like it's always in the Boost now and it seems that the Supercharger is always chirping with extended chirps on deceleration.
The bike is noticeably louder, which I suspect is a byproduct of the velocity stacks.
Brocks' Clutch Springs work GREAT! The clutch is a tad heavier but it feels very positive and personally I prefer it over stock as I can feel the engagement and disengagement of the clutch much better.
The motor didn't seem stressed in any way at all. However, the real test is in the heart of summer when the temps and humidity are sky high.
I do so much riding at top end that everything over 120mph feels the same to me so I can't say the bike felt any faster. What I can say is that I definitely need dyno work to smooth out the powerband again.
Last edited by Turbo329; 10-18-2016 at 02:50 PM.