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 on: Today at 11:33:05 AM 
Started by jakefromstatefarm - Last post by TraumaSlave
My vote is for RoadHog Motorcycles. Rob does a great job and doesn't inflate his numbers. He is down in Florida but, was well worth it.
http://www.roadhogmotorcycles.com/site/mobile?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.roadhogmotorcycles.com%2FHome_Page.php#2743

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 on: Today at 10:58:41 AM 
Started by CCW RIDER - Last post by Bumpandrun
I have a 2017 cvo limited and the crankcase seal went bad twice now. Its dumping my engine oil into my primary not good. Told the DEALER TO KEEP THE BIKE UNTIL THEY FIND THE PROBLEM THIS TIME.
That's one of those damn seals that the tech can screw up installing.  I know I screwed up a couple till I machined up a better seal driver .....haven't done a m8 yet tho... Good luck. They'll get it right.

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 on: Today at 10:54:47 AM 
Started by newseultra07 - Last post by Bumpandrun
Picked up yesterday.  Rides good and has good power in stock form.  Man I’m
Wishing I could go back 24 hrs and just not have traded mine. Guess time will tell if I’m gonna like it.  Need to make some changes like bars, seat  to fit me little better.
Your gonna love it.....

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 on: Today at 10:49:28 AM 
Started by USNCVO - Last post by Bumpandrun
tell the guys who purchased the  m8 and financed it. the warranty is gone and they have to pay out of pocket for all the repairs.   may not be the end of the world  but its reality like itor not   denial will not change a damn thing   no matter how  its put forth never.
O....I was wondering with all the knowledge you have with the M8 ...do u own one?  Wondering what failures u personal have had....just askin. Another solid 1200 miles not so much as a drip. Can't believe no oil in air box running as hard as I have in last few weeks.   With all the worries as soon as S&S pump and plate is released I'll bite....and do it.  Trusted them the last 48 years with my builds so...preventive I think before my denial sets in 🙄

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 on: Today at 10:40:02 AM 
Started by SDCVO - Last post by Heatwave
First Thanks to everyone and their input be it Good, Bad or indifferent on the M8 though this very informative thread.
I haven't had any summing issues,(knock on wood) and Lord knows I'm not easy on my 17 CVO SG, however I usually only ride short distances (less than 1- 2 hrs.) and only about 4K mi in 13 months.
This, only my 2nd Harley, is the most responsive (and expensive) bike I've ever owned or ridden.

We just went through a week of 90+ degree weather last week, I noticed at stop lights the engine would labor especially if dropping one cylinder due to heat, but it acted like it wanted to stall.  After I revd 3-times and 2nd cylinder started back up but it still acted like it wanted to stall.
Taking off from the light the bike was little sluggish, a little more heat than usual......Obviously. however the bike wasn't as spunky as usual.  :nervous:
not issues since that one day.

Anyway to test the bike for summing or I'll know it when it happens.

Could be early signs of sumping or it could be nothing. Try turning off the EITMS just to eliminate that variable (see your manual on how to turn it off). Next time you start to feel what you described above after riding for an hr or so, make a point to ride further and try running a little higher rpms by dropping a gear as if you are trying to pass a vehicle. Then check the throttle responsiveness again by trying to accelerate hard. If you get less and less responsiveness as you ride and roll the throttle to accelerate, there's a good chance its sumping. Get the bike to the dealer and have them check the bike using SB1450.

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 on: Today at 10:39:01 AM 
Started by jakefromstatefarm - Last post by jimfreeman
Try Bill Woods at Woods Performance Tuning in Cartersville, GA.  Tel # (770) 616-8963.  I used him several years ago & was very satisfied.  He was "trained" by Doc I believe.  His website is  www.woodsperformancetuning.com   

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 on: Today at 10:18:50 AM 
Started by SDCVO - Last post by RadRob
First Thanks to everyone and their input be it Good, Bad or indifferent on the M8 though this very informative thread.
I haven't had any summing issues,(knock on wood) and Lord knows I'm not easy on my 17 CVO SG, however I usually only ride short distances (less than 1- 2 hrs.) and only about 4K mi in 13 months.
This, only my 2nd Harley, is the most responsive (and expensive) bike I've ever owned or ridden.

We just went through a week of 90+ degree weather last week, I noticed at stop lights the engine would labor especially if dropping one cylinder due to heat, but it acted like it wanted to stall.  After I revd 3-times and 2nd cylinder started back up but it still acted like it wanted to stall.
Taking off from the light the bike was little sluggish, a little more heat than usual......Obviously. however the bike wasn't as spunky as usual.  :nervous:
not issues since that one day.

Anyway to test the bike for summing or I'll know it when it happens.

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 on: Today at 10:12:25 AM 
Started by jakefromstatefarm - Last post by CVOStreetglide
I'm in Atlanta. But both of those options are realistic for me. I'm hoping this post gets some legs so I have some options and then I can circle back and read. Thank you for your help.

+1 Doc in FL.   :2vrolijk_21:  :2vrolijk_21:

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 on: Today at 10:00:37 AM 
Started by 2002FXDWG3 - Last post by scottt
You can sell 10 of anything, especially when you sell it as a collectable.

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 on: Today at 09:44:31 AM 
Started by OZCVO - Last post by hogdownunder
Hi Dave,

I had my heads done by Don as well. He's a champion!
That HPI 55 TB and TR590 cam will work well in your bike.
I expect my build will produce 120HP and 125lbs of Torque.

Geoff

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