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Discussion in 'General Harley Davidson Topic' started by ooheritage, Feb 3, 2010.

  1. ooheritage

    ooheritage Active Member

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    my question is, what are the chances that I will have to do an adjustment on my carb.? will I need to just move the fuel intake screw a quarter turn? Would I need to set up a carb tuning vacuum gage? or do you all think that I would need to get a new main and secondary jet? Im just putting on a Ness big sucker stage one air cleaner on. Is there really that big of a difference, if so would it be smarter to get a dyno test done?




    Thanks everyone
     
  2. ooheritage

    ooheritage Active Member

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    Hobbit the pipes are the only thing on the bike that has been changed so far. Thanks for the quick reply, Hows Glider feeling?

    I plan on putting the SE hydr. cam chain tensioner plate upgrade kit in, and Im still undecided which cams, the A26, or the 36n. I would like your input.
     
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  3. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    Coming along slowly but in the right direction now, thanks for asking.

    As far as the carb, try this to add to what hobbit already said...

    Adjusting a CV Carb - Harley Davidson Community

    Let us know how you do. Dyno work for setting up a carb isn't needed.
     
  4. ooheritage

    ooheritage Active Member

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    Thank you gentlemen I'll get back to ya on whats stamped on the carb. Great to here from you Glider, we all miss your post.