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by kpb46 at 10:48 PM (1,915 Views / 0 Likes) 1 Comments
Anybody lowered a 04 Sportster (XL1200C) ?? I had the front dropped about an inch. Thinking about 11" shocks for the back. My dealer said 10.5" inch shocks cause some kind of interferenceon the 04. Also where's the cheapest place to buy a Corbin or a LePera seat?
Thanks in advance
Thanks in advance
by fxst at 3:28 PM (2,234 Views / 0 Likes) 3 Comments
Can someone give the specifications for valve adjustment on a 2002 FXST TC88? There's a small top end tick and possibly a slight loss of power.
by greenroad00king at 7:03 AM (2,146 Views / 0 Likes) 1 Comments
I am having my 2000 Road King 1450 engine upgraded to a 1550 --- I currently have Sampson silver bullets for my exhust --- I was thinking about changin to true duels (either Vance and Hines Long shots or BUBS) which is the better exhust and does the Vance and Hines exhust go on both sides as my current exhust or does it go on one side (left side).
by chiplitfam at 11:26 AM (2,496 Views / 0 Likes) 10 Comments
I am planning to buy either a Road King Standard or a Fat Boy. I am leaning toward the Fat Boy because I am not really ready for a Lincoln but a Viper! I believe I will have much more fun on the Fat Boy. There will be two of us sometimes, but not all the time. In the long run, is comfort really more important? My thought is that I can always stop and stretch and have a "cold one"! Am I thinking right?
by pregan at 6:35 PM (2,095 Views / 0 Likes) 1 Comments
I have an "04 Sportster 1200 Custom (awesome bike, by the way). I would like a slightly more authoritative exhaust note, and a few more horse power is always welcome (although the bike doesn't need any!). The local H-D dealer is recommending SE air filter to increase breathing and SE slip on mufflers. They say this combo yields a much improved exhaust tone and 3-5 additional horse power. Anyone have any experience with this set up on this bike? Anyone have recommendations for any other set ups?
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