In early 2016 I received a Facebook inbox from an interested Texas-based customer named John Paul Faircloth who simply said “I only want you to build my bike and I don’t care how long it takes as long as you build me the baddest H2 in the country.”
“Texas Mile Assault” project was off and running.
After months of R&D, and almost 100 dyno pulls and video documentation during every step of the build, it was finally time to test the results. First mission was to measure increase over stock which started out with a very restricted 187 rear wheel horse power.
The new Dyno results were truly outstanding at 323 rwhp which equates to 375 crankshaft hp. A “136hp” increase over stock.
With one last chance and the wind switching directions there were some concerns because several riders had to abort runs halfway through the course due to the abrupt Cross/tail wind that started pushing them off course.