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General / Re: seat
« Last post by DGlide04 on Today at 04:42:37 PM »
Another one here with a short inseam.  Does anyone have actual experience with the Mustang One-Piece LowDown Touring Seat? The Mustang website shows it lowering the rider 1.5" without moving you forward but without the ball crusher syndrome like the H-D Reach seat.  It looks comfy but I'd like to hear from anyone who actually has this seat and has some miles on it.

Thanks.
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 :smileo: Super Sweet!!

very nicely done - love it  :up: :up: :up:
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General / Re: Sprocket Bolts Removal Advice?
« Last post by Rusticwater on Today at 04:30:36 PM »
I remove both the rotor and pulley for tyre replacements as well.

Now it's all apart make yourself some thread chasers from some old bolts to clean out the pulley and rotor mounting holes.


Iíve got the Craftsman USA made thread chaser kit that someone here mentioned a couple of years ago, that was one of the great tools I learned about because of this forum.

...and if your re-using those chrome pulley bolts...clean the threads off good before using them again.
That would also go for the rotor bolts.

   Good job on getting the pulley off. I knew you could do it.  :up:
Adding some heat to bolts that you can easily get to, and not cause any other damage always helps matters if you think the bolt will give you an issue coming out.
   Now days I just hit them with my impact...and off they zing.  :wink:  But I admit....I've done exactly what you had to do and use the old breaker bar technique when I didn't have a compressor around.
   I agree with what was suggested earlier...having a small compressor is a handy tool to have around...especially when you own a HD and you want to work on it. They can make life so much more easier on you.

New chrome sprocket bolts, Harley floating brake rotor and rotor bolts all on order, hopefully will have them soon and be able to get everything back together by next weekend. I'm on the outskirts of Acadia National Park and this is the time of year when snow can happen at anytime, so it's kind of a race to get the bike running again.
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EVO 1340 / Re: Question about oil filter mounts
« Last post by Deye76 on Today at 04:24:15 PM »
 
I am running a remote oil filter now, but want the oem style mount.

 :up: :up:
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Twin Cam / Re: Clutch time
« Last post by Ohio HD on Today at 04:00:39 PM »
Either one will work great. I have one of each, the Bandit not many miles on yet, the Scorpion close to 50k miles and it's operating great. Those miles are not freeway miles, state routes and back roads. 

Neither one likes much fluid, so stick to the fluid just touching the bottom of the clutch basket when bike is upright.
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General / Re: A&S Clutch Basket Question
« Last post by Ohio HD on Today at 03:58:23 PM »
Order this Barnett Scorpion basket and reuse your ring gear / sprocket if it's in good shape. It'll save you a bunch of money this way.

https://www.dragspecialties.com/products/?productId=475691&partNumber=11320930

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General / Re: seat
« Last post by jmorton10 on Today at 03:51:21 PM »
I have a Corbin low solo seat on my rk so I can flat foot it. I've had that same seat on 3 different bikes now.

I am 5'6" and also 66 years old. I swear I'm getting shorter as I get older LOL.

~John
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General / Re: A&S Clutch Basket Question
« Last post by jmorton10 on Today at 03:41:36 PM »
The stock basket is junk.

~John
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AFR & Tuning Zone / TTS: With WEGO3D. Very rich plugs wet
« Last post by N-gin on Today at 03:18:28 PM »
So I'm using the WEGO3d with my TTS.
It's saying to add fuel and it is way rich
Even live data wego says it's 11.2-12.5, but when I don't load the info it says to add fuel..
Eyes are watering and I'm feeling dizzy, so way rich.
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AFR & Tuning Zone / Re: ACR tune
« Last post by N-gin on Today at 03:05:31 PM »
Crank sensor went bad.
Problem fixed...

Now with the crank sensor not a problem I noticed that sometimes when I start it, the engine has a hard time. Like the compression release was intermittent.
I was PMed by ridgethumper and he explained the crank sensor and it roll (this is how I found out the crank sensor was the issue) I took the ACR wire to the fuse box and moved it to the constant power on with ignition. Now compression releases always work, no delay. Starter spins good and fires with no problems...
Thanks for the help guys. Now I've got to get the heat cycles done
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