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Approx 65HP for a stock 2008 Street Glide, I have an 07 Dyna Wideglide 1584CC & I had a stage one kit with Vance & Hines pipes, race tuner, air cleaner installed & had the bike run on the dyno. It generates 73.3 horse power & never skips a beat. I plan on adding a street glide to my collection. I love the light front end feel, even with the faring. I plan on having a stage 2 kit installed to componsate for the increased weight over my wideglide. Wideglide = 650LBS Street Glide = 749LBS, that will make the street glide faster then my wide glide. Go with a race tuner, not a power commander, it gives you a lot more options, should you want to make changes. Do yourself a favor & have the bike run on the dyno. They use the race tuner on the dyno to perfectly adjust the fuel & air mixture from idle to redline so that it runs perfect. I change my plugs & synthetic oil every 2,500 miles to keep it running top notch. Good luck, you will love the street glide. Big Ed

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