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 on: Today at 07:23:04 AM 
Started by ChopperPilot - Last post by FLSTFI Dave
Rode home from Daytona Biketoberfest yesterday.  Great ride, 60 for a low and 69 for a high, sunny all the way.  Little over 1500 miles on the bike this trip, had a blast.  Sons of Speed was fun, but dang hot out.

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 on: Today at 07:17:34 AM 
Started by taweir - Last post by FLSTFI Dave
I called Harley in Milwaukee.  They told me to start bike, then turn on headset, then plug in phone in this sequence.  I will try that and see if it works.  they said if you plug phone in to USB phone first that confuses the bike software and that will or could cause this issue.  They also said be sure you bike software is up today.

We'll see if it works.

Wow, two years latter, trying to sell the sam BS.  This works some times, and some times it doesn't. 
Some days it all works well, next day its a major pain to get CarPlay to work.

Headsets suck even more, 12 hour battery life my ass.  If I do everything though head set, 6 hours on the H-D Sena 20's and 7 on the 30K.  If only CB on head set, still dead in 10 hours.    Really sucks as I like to ride 600 to 700 a day to get to where I am going.

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 on: Today at 06:08:33 AM 
Started by how2 - Last post by kojak
ALL OF SUDDEN THE RED ALARM LIGHT CAME ON AND DOES NOT GO OFF ALL THE LIGHTS ARE WORKING WELL.   PLEASE HELP.
CHANGED THE KEY FOB BATT AND THAT IS WHEN IT STARTED.
i HAVE A THUNDER MAX AS WELL AND CANNOT GET IN TOUCH WITH THEM
It means your bike has thrown a code. Once you fix the issue and clear the code, the red key light will go off.

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 on: Today at 05:51:47 AM 
Started by longlast - Last post by longlast
STILL awaiting on part to arrive  :drink: :drink:

Took the advice n cleaned out the throttle body n used carb cleaner on the air temperature sensor n the throttle positioning sensor.
The motor almost cut out a couple of times but recovered it's self. On one near stall it recovered and even went into a high rev then dropped back to normal idle.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:40:18 PM 
Started by CandyCobalt - Last post by DarkEagle
this Saturday left home early & got to entrance of Mount Rainier at 8 am, had checked weather & said it should be good, roads a little damp & some melting snow close to the top but no slipping, finally made it to the top but did not have much tread on my riding boots to get far on the iced up hiking trails which were paved, all in all a good day, even headed to the ocean after that where there was a little drizzle but not enough to get wet…

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 on: Yesterday at 07:29:22 PM 
Started by Pan1 - Last post by ultra13
What a concept of heatshield insulators.....Cool

 7 
 on: Yesterday at 11:14:46 AM 
Started by Twigzzz - Last post by Mano
Welcome from Toronto, Canada. :bananarock:

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 on: Yesterday at 11:14:15 AM 
Started by lucio49 - Last post by Mano
Welcome from Toronto, Canada. :bananarock:

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 on: Yesterday at 10:57:42 AM 
Started by gpopvet - Last post by dayne66
Similar wheel on my Wife's Switchback......S100.....sometimes a soft wheel brush.....and Shine Armor.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:57:20 AM 
Started by gpopvet - Last post by Justice
Well, I dropped off my 110" FXSE CVO Pro Street Breakout yesterday at Yellowstone Harley Davidson to have the 117 Kit done over the winter.
Strangely, the weather turned yesterday, and it was 70 degrees when I got there (5-1/2 hours from where I live), so I warmed her up (video), and took her out for a interstate fast lane ride before I turned her in. One last ride on the 110!



I am going with the OilBud oil cooler, and beefing up the clutch a little, with a heavy duty HD spring for the stock slipper clutch.
I am replacing the kit's 259E Cams with the T-Man 590PS-2 Cams (43 degree Intake Closing ABDC).
HD Street Performance is going to do the head/cylinder work for the build, and YHD will do the tear down, assembly, and break-in/tuning.
We are building for about 10.75:1 static compression and 205 CCP at sea-level. I live and ride at 3,000 ft elevation, but I want to be able to take the bike anywhere without reliability or heat issues.
I may also have some painting done. There's a small dent in the left side of the gas tank, from the previous owner, and I am definitely having them repair that over the winter, but while I am at it, I think we might change the white on the tank, fender and OG cowl to something else... We shall see.

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