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    Re: Oil consumption

    30,000 miles and doesn't use oil between changes.I ride it hard and always have.
     
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    Re: ultra classic went down on can food run, read why.

    PLEASE,PLEASE,post a pic. of them:D
     
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    Re: cam advice

    If you are on a budget and want a little more power why not just go with aftermarket pipes,air cleaner and re-jet the carb.?
     
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    Re: To admins and mods.

    Glider's bunker is off limits,all of the computer hardare messes with the ECM on the bikes:13:
    I would vote for Jersey,then we could send the wives down the road to the casino.:newsmile100:
     
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    Re: Happy Birthday MarconBiker, kevinclance1980

    Have a great day!:cheers
     
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    Re: WHAT A MESS ***A TFI and A HD RACE TUNER

    BUBBIE..... I can't see why you couldnt use the TFI and just follow the tuning instructions NOT the pot preset diagrams.Look below.I hope everyone installing TFI units are following this guide and not the preset you get with the unit.:s

    UNDERSTANDING AND ADJUSTING THE POTS:
    Green Fuel Pot: (functions like a fuel mixture screw on a carburetor)
    Adjusts for the motorcycle's fuel requirements during light load operation, from idle through legal highway cruising speeds and steady throttle, at or below the rpm set by your rpm set pot. We have found that manufacturers have generally leaned out the fuel mixtures for emissions to a specific rpm (see below). To set this pot, make sure the motorcycle is up to a full operating temperature, then while in neutral, pick a fast idle that is not easy to hold a steady rpm (V-twins 1800-2200 rpm and multiple cylinders 2500-3000 rpm), hold the throttle at that spot and then slowly and evenly turn the green pot clockwise from its minimum setting, while listening to the exhaust sound. You should hear the exhaust sound change form an irregular and uneven sound to an even and smooth one. You may also see an increase in rpm as you increase fuel, and if you continue to increase fuel past this point to where the revs start to fall back away, then you can stop and start returning the pot screw back to a point half way between where the exhaust note first smoothed out and the point where the highest rpm starts to fall away.

    Yellow Fuel Pot: (functions like an accelerator pump)
    This fuel adjustment adds fuel into the fuel map whenever the throttle is opened rapidly. This pot needs to be adjusted from test riding, by performing brisk roll-ons in a specific gear, and by always starting at the exact same rpm. Try one clock position increases between roll-on tests until you can't feel any more improvement, and then go back to the last setting that improvement was noticed. Some models won't require as much fuel as others, so while increasing the yellow by one clock position increments if the motorcycle starts to decrease in throttle response, then turn the yellow back one and a half clock positions

    Red Fuel Pot: (functions like a main jet on a carburetor)
    This fuel adjustment adds fuel under large load conditions and is generally required when either air intake or quality exhaust system changes occur. This addition happens automatically using our unique load sensing technology, and similar to the road test procedure listed above in yellow fuel, test riding while increasing red fuel will find an optimum setting.

    RPM Switch Pot:
    All Harley and Metric V-twins Sets the rpm that the green and yellow fuel turns off and the red (main jet) turns on. This adjustment is achieved by setting the pot to about 70% of redline (for example a Harley-Davidson Roadking redline is 5800 rpm and 4000 is 70% of redline) which would be 4:00 o'clock. Verify this setting by revving the bike in neutral and watching for the green and yellow light to go out at the chosen rpm.
     
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    Re: stuck oil filter help

    I would check the micron rating of those K&N filters.I don't think I have seen one with better than a 15 micron rating and your 08 calls for a 5 micron.:s
     
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    Re: Mirrors with Running Light and Directional Indicator, Information/pictures please

    Hey Rich I found a pic of your bike with the new lights installed
    and an awsome sidecar!!:newsmile100:

    [​IMG]
     
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    Re: Looking to buy black forks for a 95 Fatboy.

    Check here Harley black forks | Harley Davidson

    They are also an ebay power seller if you click on the items it will tell you if they are on ebay.I have bought a few things from them
     
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