This one is a winter project: 2002 Dyna Low Rider. Bought it used with 400 miles on it. It was sitting in a garage. The previous owner is a Doctor and always wanted a HD. She bought this and said that she had some extras done (like custom paint, SE mufflers and some chrome that I can see) but basically she took it out a few times, got scared and let it sit for about 6 years. I have changed all the fluids, fuel etc twice... once to get the old stuff out and then again once I got it up to temperature to make sure any sediment and gunk was removed. Basically the pervious owner didn't really know what she had done to customize it. I guess the dealer just ran off a list of suggestions and she said yes. Anyway, this is obviously a carburated bike and I know that work could have been done to change the jets. Maybe they just had some mufflers added, maybe they did more.... I have no riding experience with this type HD and it is so different in weight, handling and fuel management compared to my 2007 Ultra Classic, I have no experience to compare. Is there any easy way for me to check and see if the bike is still in the standard condition or has been modified? I bought the manual and from reading this site, I beliveve the main weakness with this motor is the cam tensioner and the suggestions are that that should be replaced with a better system. So far, it runs great, sounds great and was a terrific price for a practically unused HD that fits my wife perfectly (and me if I like my knees in the handle bars.....no forward controls, stock pegs). The reason I ask is that this Dyna REALLY seems to take off when I hit the throttle. But as stated above, the comparison is tough for me. It still has the standard air filter if that helps but I don't know if an SE model air cleaner was necessary with carb jet modifications. My wife is 120lbs, so there is plenty of power as is. I am not looking to upgrade. Just to know what I've got.... Thanks.