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 on: Today at 10:37:33 AM 
Started by dayne66 - Last post by Haird
That
Check out this video on them:


That video proves the simple things can make the biggest difference/impression.  Reading all the information was fine but seeing them in action...that sold me on them for the next tire change.  Thanks for posting it... :2vrolijk_21:

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 on: Today at 10:20:33 AM 
Started by Pan1 - Last post by MCE Performance
Oh boy, another oil thread.

They're all good, Mobile 1 V Twin is a good choice, but all the synthetics are very good.

Roller frosting is generally not a oil problem anyway. That's a quality issue. S&S lifters
or Johnson would be my choice.

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 on: Today at 10:13:04 AM 
Started by dayne66 - Last post by SIKBIRD
 Check out this video on them:

https://m.

 4 
 on: Today at 10:06:07 AM 
Started by muddypaws - Last post by muddypaws
Has anyone tried to dissemble their speedometer to clean the inside glass? I watched a couple of YouTube videos and it does not look like a big deal.

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 on: Today at 10:05:21 AM 
Started by KBush - Last post by MCE Performance
 :mango: :bananarock:
What cam are you looking at?  The S&S kit at 11:1 work good and is designed around their 550 that has a 40 degree closing.  I agree with the above about 2 cubic inch's and would let cam dictate compression.

If you're going for maximum TQ possible, yes. Set compression on the higher side of the "range" specified by
the cam. Otherwise, stay on the low side of the range.

Heavy bike, Two up riding, and performance goals are all factors. I'd avoid going to the max unless you're
after every ounce of TQ. Fuel quality, average temperatures and your elevation are things to consider as well.

2 cents...

 6 
 on: Today at 10:03:06 AM 
Started by Zubaugh - Last post by MCE Performance
Time to examine the spark plugs (all 4). Go from there.

 7 
 on: Today at 09:41:58 AM 
Started by Jock - Last post by WRE4U
They got it right!  #5 maybe a close second?

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 on: Today at 09:41:06 AM 
Started by Jock - Last post by JCZ

 And the winner is.......... :bananarock: :orange: :carrot: :cucumber: :pepper: :jalapeno: :bananarock:

Contestant # 1     



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 on: Today at 09:39:59 AM 
Started by ChopperPilot - Last post by BostonboyDH
Got to heat cycle my build today, had one small oil leak at the Jagg adapter where the oil lines hook up, problem solved. It seems like it’s gonna be a good ride. I’m just a parts changer, along with a few speciality tools I got the job done. All the work was done by me except I did send the heads off. I hope I get the reliability that I’m after. This is the most I’ve ever done to a bike at one time. Wish me luck, I need it, hasn’t been on the road yet.

My short list of the work:

S&S 4 3/8 crankshaft
SE lefty bearings both sides
S&S oil pump/plate
TTS 150 cams
SE tapered pushrods
S&S premium lifters
New jugs/pistons (Harley) 10.0 compression, stock, maybe
.030 head gaskets
SE rocker supports
S&S rockers
rocker lockers
Stock heads cleaned up/new components
SE 58mm throttle body, 5.3 injectors
Fullsac dx header pipe ceramic coated inside too, 2.25 muffler cores
Jagg fan assisted oil cooler
Replaced all sensors
Baker DD7
Baker +1.5 oil pan
Baker inner primary bearing
Baker shift arm
 clutch hub bearing
Throwout bearing
Primary chain
SE chain adjuster
Rebuilt starter
Alto carbonate clutch pak, Aim 95 lockup, 380# spring
Swing arm bearings
New pulley/belt/ sprocket
Ceramic hybrid wheel bearings
Handlebar bushings
Neck bearings
Motor mount
Tires, Avon cobra
Seals and gaskets

I hope to see ya on the road  :orange:

 
     Id'e Guess you'll be keeping that 09 SERG around for awhile!!! :D ....
BostonBoy

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 on: Today at 09:01:37 AM 
Started by joe98 - Last post by grc
Thanks guys for the replies.  Jerry I think it’s the dual halogen bulb.  Definitely stock, not aftermarket led style.

The reason I asked is that the dual bulb lights use an added short harness to convert the single connector in the regular wiring harness to two separate connectors.  Those can be removed to get back to the single three prong connector, then you can add one of the other short harnesses to make the actual connection to the light.  If you know the part number of the light,  the instructions for that light will list what extra harness you will need, if any.

Jerry

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