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EVO 1340 / Re: Show your FXR
« Last post by turboprop on Today at 04:51:21 AM »
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Very nice.
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Twin Cam / Re: Is it possible ?
« Last post by Hillside Motorcycle on Today at 04:33:38 AM »
If needing pistons, and naturally gaskets, then a 107" is a no-brainer.
Our J&E/Wiseco's have 6cc domes, coated skirts, 3mm oil rings, valve reliefs are set to facilitate large TDC's, large valves.
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Twin Cam / Re: TC88 /S&S510 cam ?
« Last post by Hillside Motorcycle on Today at 04:30:04 AM »
A MUCH better pug/play choice in an 88" is an Andrews 21.
Any dyno, any day.
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Milwaukee-Eight / Re: Plastic Intake Manifold ???
« Last post by sandrooney on Today at 04:08:11 AM »
If I ever have it off I will replace it with the metal one. Are the plastic ones more apt to leak?

Thanks a lot
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EVO 1340 / Re: Show your FXR
« Last post by hbkeith on Today at 01:55:44 AM »
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Evo Sportster / Re: 14.25" rear shocks with lower front end?
« Last post by PC_Hater on Today at 12:54:38 AM »
Did you ever have a go on a Buell?
I did, too twitchy for me!

How do the rake and train figures you get compare to other bikes?
I think 26 degrees and 3 inches of trail would be too twitchy for me, whereas I know from my FLTRI that 26 degrees and 6 inches of trail is not twitchy at all!
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Evo Sportster / Re: 14.25" rear shocks with lower front end?
« Last post by speedzter on Yesterday at 10:43:25 PM »
might need a steering damper ?? :SM:
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Evo Sportster / Re: 14.25" rear shocks with lower front end?
« Last post by andyxlh on Yesterday at 10:26:19 PM »
Thank you! It's not so much the calculation, more the meaning of the number at the end! What's it feel like? I'm used to a stock sportster setup, I don't want something too twitchy.
2" lower front with 2" over fork tubes allows me to mount the clip ons above the trees. I'm thinking of putting the ignition lock into the hole from the risers so I can relocate the coil.
The shocks come in 13", 13.75" and 14.25"
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Milwaukee-Eight / Re: S&S Grand Nationals
« Last post by scott7d on Yesterday at 10:01:11 PM »
I appreciate the feedback. I had a Fullsac DX headpipe on a 113" build a while back and he indeed does make a great product.

After getting feedback from my tuner, I decided to go with this combo. He was a fan of running these slip ons with the dB reducers in.
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Pan Head / Re: Show Your Panhead
« Last post by fbn ent on Yesterday at 08:35:12 PM »
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