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 on: Today at 10:00:25 PM 
Started by Heatwave - Last post by Fired00d
Yes, its a 2019 engine. See the 6th sentence in my quick update post. I have no idea what the difference is betwee this 2019 case and my previous 2017 AND 2018 engines since it was built st the factory and has not been opened. Now at 450 miles since i Picked it up yesterday. Simply fabulous engine so far. It  was low 90’s here in Va and neither highway speeds or stop & go traffic phased this engine. So far I am VERY impressed. I still need run time over 4000rpms to have confidence. Hopefully tomorrow.
Where in "Va" are you? I'm here also... I thought you were in/from NJ.

 :pumpkin:
Ride Safe,
Fired00d
 :fireman:

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 on: Today at 09:16:03 PM 
Started by OZCVO - Last post by OZCVO
As mentioned elsewhere I have joined the CVO Springer club after scoring a 2008 with just 849km on the clock. Been kept inside in aircon comfort and enjoyed as simply a beautiful sculpture by the first owner.

As I want to actually ride it and keep it looking young I decided that a weekend at CLEANRIDE https://www.cleanride.com.au/

for a good "spa" and skin treatment to keep it looking young! Might send the wifey next week  :orange:


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 on: Today at 09:14:32 PM 
Started by CVODON - Last post by The 1
thanks either way it will be 13 inch shocks so will definitely take most of the roughness out

 4 
 on: Today at 09:12:18 PM 
Started by bakon - Last post by The 1
suck resevoir out with wifes turkey baster[she will not miss it till thanksgiving] clean resevoir out as good as possible and refill with proper fluid. you can do this every oil change and it will cycle around system. if you want to go further, stop at parts store and get a 2-3 ft piece of vacum line[clear if possible] that fits bleeder, take top off resevoir clean out and refill,make sure bleeder will loosen, leave wrench on bleeder and put hose on bleeder and run to a clear bottle. open bleeder and let flow until clear fluid comes out, top off resevoir as needed so it does not run empty, usually 3 times resevoir capacity is plenty. gravity is you friend.  if you want to cycle the ABS when done,find a parking lot or un-busy street no sand or unstable materil on surface[make sure no one is behind you]15 to 20 mph try to lock up rear brake,it is a linked system so when one trys to lock up they both activate.   DO NOT GET BRAKE FLUID ON PAINTED PARTS  gravity bleeding is less likely to get air in system.

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 on: Today at 08:50:17 PM 
Started by Johnchev89 - Last post by King Glide
Welcome from southern Louisiana.

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 on: Today at 08:33:47 PM 
Started by CVODON - Last post by Puzzled
I have not used the newest Legends Air. The last two versions were rough riding and short travel for me. Currently I'd go with the new Dirty Air or Arnott's extended travel shocks.

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 on: Today at 08:15:06 PM 
Started by Heatwave - Last post by Heatwave
you sure of the 19 cases?  form what a few dealers are saying there is no 19 case out there yet anyway.     how or what is it that make you or someone believe they are 19 case? what is the differcance between the 19 and  18 or 17 cases. really wondering     

Yes, its a 2019 engine. See the 6th sentence in my quick update post. I have no idea what the difference is betwee this 2019 case and my previous 2017 AND 2018 engines since it was built st the factory and has not been opened. Now at 450 miles since i Picked it up yesterday. Simply fabulous engine so far. It was low 90’s here in Va and neither highway speeds or stop & go traffic phased this engine. So far I am VERY impressed. I still need run time over 4000rpms to have confidence. Hopefully tomorrow.

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 on: Today at 07:10:49 PM 
Started by newseultra07 - Last post by muddypaws
Enjoy the ride....

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 on: Today at 07:09:58 PM 
Started by Johnchev89 - Last post by muddypaws
Welcome from Virginia.....

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 on: Today at 07:08:28 PM 
Started by Johnchev89 - Last post by WRE4U
Welcome, and enjoy your new ride!

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