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I don't know for sure, but adjustable pushrods will probably be a good idea, especially if the heads, deck height, and gaskets are changing.
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AFR & Tuning Zone / Re: Data Logging
« Last post by Coyote on Today at 05:59:08 PM »
The AT module is just collecting the wide band data and passing it to the PV via the external CAN cable, right? The remaining log data comes from the PV connected to the bike data port.
As far as I can tell, that's how I think it should work. The pcv autotune is just like the TT module as I see it.
Ron

Yep.
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Milwaukee-Eight / Re: Muller, AIM, Rekluse
« Last post by Tommy D on Today at 05:58:45 PM »
Tommy, are you talking hydraulic clutch or cable.  I'm guessing Hydraulic by your selection.  Maybe some info on the year etc. of what you have will help narrow the field.

OE Hydraulic set up Ď20 CVO Tri Glide
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Milwaukee-Eight / Re: Muller, AIM, Rekluse
« Last post by kd on Today at 05:53:34 PM »
Tommy, are you talking hydraulic clutch or cable.  I'm guessing Hydraulic by your selection.  Maybe some info on the year etc. of what you have will help narrow the field.
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EVO 1340 / Re: deck height measured over the pin differant side to side?
« Last post by kd on Today at 05:43:31 PM »
Like Ohio said, there has been many suggestions for you and all along the same line. You are fortunate enough to have a high level of understanding in the conversation and have asked some good questions. Some of these folks make a living building lots of engines and do so with high respect for them and their work. There seems to be a general recipe aimed at what you are looking for. When a chef gives you a recipe you don't substitute salt for sugar or whole wheat flour for pastry flour. I think if you reread your thread you'll figure out where you need to go. You have your engine in a state that it will be easy to do.  It would not make sense to experiment if you can do what is proven to work. 

I also would suggest you talk to the shops and builders that have offered their advice and see what you can get going to move you forward.  Confirm before you buy anything else and source the parts you still need through one of them or from where they suggest. Things like gaskets are available in several thicknesses and any machining should be based on what is available for assembly to get to the sweet spot. Select your target and don't compromise without good alternatives that work.

I sense you may be feeling overwhelmed with all of the weird measurements.  I get that and know the feeling as many of us do or have.  Take a deep breath and talk to the folks that can help you.  They have already stepped up to the plate.  Some times too much information is just that,.... too much information. Your Evo plan is a common one that has existed for years and a safe no PMS (no mood swings due to fuel, temperature etc.) engine recipe has been offered.  Try to get an understanding of the reasons and safe parameters.  Put the pieces together sensibly and not helter-skelter or because it's all that is available down the street.  That's a common problem no matter where you live.  You will have a sweet running Evo you will be happy with for a long time.  I know you want it done right now but that may be an expensive mistake.
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Milwaukee-Eight / Re: Muller, AIM, Rekluse
« Last post by road-dawgs1 on Today at 05:42:57 PM »
I run the Muller and love it. Went with it over the AIM as AIM was having several problems with theirs when they came out. At the time, Rekluse wasnít an option or I might have considered that one. No issues with the Muller
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Milwaukee-Eight / Re: Muller, AIM, Rekluse
« Last post by NHBagger on Today at 05:25:16 PM »
Doesn't answer your question but I run a Bandit in my trike. Also have an adjustable lever to shorten the throw to suit my hand better.
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Milwaukee-Eight / Re: Muller, AIM, Rekluse
« Last post by kd on Today at 05:04:11 PM »
Itís been a topic here often. You will probably find lots of opinions on searching the site for those words. That will give you plenty of information and possibly some questions.
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Milwaukee-Eight / Re: Thoughts on throttle body for a 124
« Last post by Deye76 on Today at 04:59:46 PM »
I have seen a big mismatch with the SE manifold at the head opening.
Oh great, now I find out. Is it any better the plastic one?  :embarrassed:
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Milwaukee-Eight / Re: Thoughts on throttle body for a 124
« Last post by To The Max on Today at 04:11:48 PM »
What manifold is to larger or smaller or just out of alignment? Thanks Max
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