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Discussion in 'Motorcycle Tech Talk' started by cowboy, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. cardboard

    cardboard Well-Known Member

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    If'n ya thinks I'm gonna read word for word, yer badlee mistaken.

    I seen what REDNECK Little Johnny was Implying. And I replied back on it.
    He ain't gonna fool around with me........:rant:

    I went to bed last nite.......
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    cardboard Well-Known Member

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    And I slept till around 8:00am this mornin. So I'm gonna be pretty darn Sharp today.
    Well I might need sharpening more around 1:30pm in the afternoon.
    Might need to replinish the batteries.
    :D
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    FLHTbiker Moderator Staff Member

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    Hey we got up at the same time. 6AM for me and 8AM for you:D
    Its 1 PM now and gotta go to work, no time for a nap today.
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    Ouch man. got my fingers crossed for getting a handle on that bone disorder. hoping that the insurance coverage doesn't jerk you around either. good luck with that.
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    another of many reasons you buy so many parts that dont work......:)
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    cardboard Well-Known Member

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    Lile what
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    ThunderMax comes to mind. :D
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    OH, :eek: You gonna be in trouble JB :roflmao:
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    Thanks all ,the wife pretty tough , the tax return will go to the deducable & she getting the bone scan this week , the knuckles on her fore finger's(both hands) are huge right at the hand , but she still goes about her day at work & my self & our grandson do a lot for her (if she'll let us) at home , The bike will be up & running on a carb by the end of march ,I hope , come march 19 well be married 38 years ,& I plan on taking her for a ride , if not she has a Dodge magnum that works just fine :cool:
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    cardboard Well-Known Member

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    If you learn anything about EFI on motorcycles, you will find out pretty fast a Thunder-Max is something that is yer friend.
    If'n you can't hear well I can't help you.
    Or you can just sit back and fight the system and buy everthing else and complain about fuel milage and yer bike not running right.

    Its yer bike and yer head.......:banghead:
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    chucktx Moderator Staff Member

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    OR......go buy a new one and trade the junker in................:D
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    cowboy Moderator Staff Member

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    yep another day older & deeper in dept :banghead:
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    cardboard Well-Known Member

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    When have you been out of Dept. You might as well be pay'n for something you want.

    Telll yer Buddy Chucktx my junker had the front tire and compensator sprocket replaced and if for sale at the dealer.
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    The problem with this CB is that I buy good stuff already and I don't complain! Hmmmm, I guess I am SOL huh? :D
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    Lucifer I did some checking ,I bought the parts manual for the 03 touring & have the 03 cop parts manual , the top moter mount is the same ,& it look's to be I 'll only have to buy the ignition wiring harness ,& just plug it in to the main harness ,I'am still collecting parts
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    Yep...that's what it looks like to me too....that list I posted was one someone else posted on another board and I just copied it.
    Once I started looking through my parts book the list shortened up quite a bit...looks like a conversion from Delphi EFI to carb is not a difficult one to do at all.
    When I get the Shovel and the Heritage back together and head and base gaskets on the Sporty I'm probably going to do the conversion on the Cop King as well.
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    cardboard Well-Known Member

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    What !

    You take my trying to Male Bonding as Complainin.
    Man Please !!!!
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    Ya the list is way off & a few items , once I got the reg touring parts book & double checked them together seems the tank & ign harness are the hard parts the dealer I call about the harness said $176+ tax , so with that & what I have already from here, ebay,& C list I'll spend under $500 for the swap ,& thats cool with me as I just had to spend $450 putting a clutch in my pick-up , you would think they would last a bit longer then 10 years & 247K miles :eek:

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