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Boyesen Power X-Wing for Harley Davidson

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RIDING IS BELIEVING

The Boyesen Power X-Wing is the simplest, most economic way to maximize the power and efficiency of your HD’s intake. See the benefits of releasing the pure and simple potential trapped in your bikes engine.

  • Acceleration gains from idle to wide-open throttle Boyesen Power X-Wing
  • Max power gains up to 4Hp. Dyno tested
  • Max torque gains up to 5ft. lbs. Dyno tested
  • Compliments popular airfilter upgrades
  • Smoother, broader power
  • Up to an 8% MPG improvement
  • Consistantly ride in a higher gear
  • Dramatic improvement in ride-ability
  • Simple bolt-on, no modifications needed
  • The Power X-Wing is a cost effective,
  • bolt-on upgrade that will eliminate the
  • sluggish throttle response of your
  • V-Twin engine

A NEW TYPE OF POWER, PURE AND SIMPLE – Guaranteed!

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 The Cause and Effect of the POWER X-WING

In order to understand the benefits of the Power X-Wing, you need to be aware of the importance of air velocity and how it relates to your engine’s power. As air velocity (speed) increases the more viscous (dense) it becomes, causing the air to display characteristics which are more like a fluid. The effective air velocity creates an action known as fuel shearing, splitting the droplets of fuel into a finer gas like mist. With the two different substances becoming more like one another, we achieve a superior homogenous air/fuel mixture. We know that with a uniform saturation of air and fuel, a superior and more efficient combustion will result.

Lets talk about Volumetric Efficiency: a measure of how well an engine breathes. Usually expressed as a percentage; For example if an engine is said to be 85% volumetric efficient (at a specific rpm), then it is ingesting a volume of air that is 85% of what it would achieve if the cylinder were allowed to fill completely by the force of atmospheric pressure. We should remember the importance of volumetric efficiency and its role in an engines ability to produce torque. In fact, volumetric efficiency and torque output are virtually the same as it relates to RPM.

Simply put, air and the velocity it can generate is the most important part of the performance equation.

The Power X-Wing increases air speed (velocity) at all throttle settings. It does this by directing what comes through the air filter into the carb/throttle body. That air becomes very turbulent when it passes through the filter and therefore the blades of the Power X-Wing extend out into the filter space to guide and direct what comes towards the bell of the carb/throttle body. As this air is guided into the throat and bore, the Power X-Wing starts to straighten the air through its four channels and walls, effectively minimizing turbulence. As the incoming air becomes less turbulent, the molecules are calmed down and take up less volume. Therefore they come closer together, producing a denser charge. This charge also increases in velocity, because stable and less turbulent air has less friction when it moves at high speed. Furthermore, the air, which is now more laminar (smooth) in flow, is better able to pass the butterfly and shaft barrier, which especially has the effect of improving velocity going into the engine.

This is especially true at part throttle, because then the four channels become more like individual velocity stacks. These stacks at smaller throttle openings create a greater proportional increase in velocity when compared to standard.

Now that we realize these kinds of gains in velocity, the cylinders are filled more freely. With high velocity and dense laminar flow, the air increases its ability to shear the fuel droplets and therefore improve atomization. By this method the combustion process becomes more efficient, complete and effective, producing better torque and power. Even better fuel economy. The improved and increased performance has been demonstrated on the dyno and by radar tests.

Less obvious to the reader are the kinetic energy gains in a running engine. Because of the superior cylinder filling efficiency, less drag is sensed by the crank as the intake stroke happens. The result of this phenomenon allows the crank to gain more momentum to turn faster for smoother power delivery, better throttle response and stronger acceleration.

Now picture a motorcycle being driven down the highway, the throttle being held partially open to maintain a constant speed and rpm. At this constant rate one could measure the volumetric efficiency (how the engine breaths). For example, at a given throttle position, the engine will produce road torque to maintain the motorcycle speed for the driving conditions. Now, picture the same conditions, except we installed a Power X-Wing, which changes the engines ability to improve net airflow. We induced a modification that creates effective velocity and improves volumetric efficiency. Because of this improvement, the engine will require less throttle opening to produce the torque required to maintain the same motorcycle, at the same speed, for the same driving conditions. We have created a condition that leads to a more effective combustion.

Having said all this, the Power X-Wing has the ability to create an effective air velocity that initiates a homogenous air/fuel mixture into the intake tract. This produces a more volumetric efficient engine for an increase in torque, horsepower, throttle response, acceleration, and fuel economy.

APPLICATION CHART

Harley Davidson:

Year

Part Number

Touring 1584cc Twin Cam 86 EFI
Road King FLHR

2008-2009

PX-HFI-50

Road King Classic FLHRC

2008-2009

PX-HFI-50

Street Glide FLHX

2008-2009

PX-HFI-50

Road Glide FLHR

2008-2009

PX-HFI-50

Electra Glide Standard FLHT

2008-2009

PX-HFI-50

Electra Glide Classic FLHTC

2008-2009

PX-HFI-50

Ultra Classic Electra Glide FLHTCL

2008

PX-HFI-50

Touring Models ALL

2006-2007

PX-HFI-46

Dyna 1854cc Twin Cam 96 EFI
Super Glide FXD

2008-2009

PX-HFI-46

Super Glide Custom FXDC

2008-2009

PX-HFI-46

Street Bob FXDB

2008-2009

PX-HFI-46

Low Ride FXDL

2008-2009

PX-HFI-46

Fat Bob FXDF

2008-2009

PX-HFI-46

Wide Glide FXDW

2008

PX-HFI-46

Dyna Models ALL

2006-2007

PX-HFI-46

Dyna Models ALL

2001-2005

PX-HFI-45

Softail 1584cc Twin Cam 96 EFI
Nightrain FXSTB

2008-2009

PX-HFI-46

Softail Custom FXXTC

2008-2009

PX-HFI-46

FatBoy FLSTF

2008-2009

PX-HFI-46

Softail Deluxe FLSTN

2008-2009

PX-HFI-46

Heritage Softail Classic FLSTC

2008-2009

PX-HFI-46

Softail Cross Bones FLSTSB

2008-2009

PX-HFI-46

Rocker FXCW

2008-2009

PX-HFI-46

Rocker C FXCWC

2008-2009

PX-HFI-46

Softail Models ALL

2006-2007

PX-HFI-46

Softail Models ALL

2001-2005

PX-HFI-45

Sportsters
883 XL883

2008

PX-HFI-45

883 Custom XL883C

2008-2009

PX-HFI-45

883 Low XL883L

2008-2009

PX-HFI-45

883 Iron XL883N

2009

PX-HFI-45

1200 Nightstar XL1200N

2008-2009

PX-HFI-45

1200 Low XL1200L

2008-2009

PX-HFI-45

1200 Custom XL1200C

2008-2009

PX-HFI-45

1200 Roadster XL1200R

2008

PX-HFI-45

Sportster EFI ALL

2006-2007

PX-HFI-45

Sportster Carbureted ALL

1988-2006

PX-HCV-40

OEM Keihin CV40
Buell Carbureted ALL

1998-2004

PX-HCV-40

Big Twin Carbureted ALL

1990-2006

PX-HCV-40

Evo Carbureted ALL

1990-1999

PX-HCV-40

Sportster Carbureted ALL

1988-2006

PX-HCV-40

Mikuni HSR
Mikuni HSR 42mm & 45mm with old style (1.75″) adapter

PX-HSR-41

Mikuni HSR 42mm & 45mm with old style (2″) adapter

PX-HSR-42

Mikuni HSR 48mm with (2″) adapter

PX-HSR-48

S&S
S&S Super E “shorty”

PX-SSE-43

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