2009 Street Bob Stage 1 Identification

Discussion in 'Dyna Models' started by Jonny is New, Aug 8, 2010.

  1. Jonny is New

    Jonny is New Member

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    After years of riding dirt bikes I decided to get my endorsement and bought my first rode bike, which is a 2009 Street Bob. I bought it from the dealer with a ton of after market parts (i.e. V&H blacked out curved pipes, Stage 1, Hwy lights, ect). This bike looks, rides, and sounds awesome.

    I was told by the dealer that it had the Stage 1 conversion. The problem is I'm new to Harley and don't know what components to look for.

    Can anyone tell me how you differentiate a stock bike and a bike with Stage 1?



    Thank you,
     
  2. DJBiker

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    After market pipes, High flow air cleaner, and a fuel module for the ECU
     
  3. NEWHD74FAN

    NEWHD74FAN Experienced Member Retired Moderators

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    Welcome Jonny is New to the HDTalking forum. As a dirt bike rider one of the first things you do to the bike is a form of Stage I...which is to tune the parts of the engine "air/fuel pump" conversion process to maximize rear wheel horsepower.
    To maximize efficiency of this process 3 areas are changed: 1) improve air intake, 2) optimize the fuel/air mixture and 3) change exhaust system for max power and torque.

    http://www.hdtalking.com/harley_davidson_engine_related_issues/972-stage_1_2_3_4_explained.html
     
  4. dr robert

    dr robert Active Member

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    Welcome Jonny, I am thinking about auxiliary lights for my bike. Could you post some pictures? Thanks.
     
  5. Jonny is New

    Jonny is New Member

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    Attached are the pictures of the additional lights on my 2009 Street Bob.

    Thank you for the information. Now I just need to figure out what to modify next.
     

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  6. dr robert

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    Great looking bike Jonny. Did you cut the windshield yourself? I was wondering if it was possible to get enough clearance from cutting mine. I think it is like yours. Any tips?
     
  7. Jonny is New

    Jonny is New Member

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    Dr. Robert -

    I bought the bike with the windshield already on it.
     
  8. wideglideleon

    wideglideleon Member

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    Nice looking bike welcome to the world of Harleys.
     
  9. Billbo

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    Hey DJBiker, can one have a stage 1 done with all you said Except the fueler module?

    Bill
     
  10. dr robert

    dr robert Active Member

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    Jonny, sorry I did not get back to you. Thanks for the reply. Can you tell if your windshield has been cut? I know it might be hard to tell. It looks factory, but I don't think the HD model is cut that way.