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 on: Today at 11:32:33 AM 
Started by dhammond - Last post by MCE Performance
JW Performance is up there in Ohio. He's on here, look him up. (130/130 is doable with a 110 too btw)

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 on: Today at 11:32:01 AM 
Started by Wardo5757 - Last post by bigC
Welcome to the site from Ohio!

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 on: Today at 11:30:22 AM 
Started by Supertrkr - Last post by bigC
Welcome to the site from Ohio!

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 on: Today at 11:29:22 AM 
Started by KZLA - Last post by bigC
Welcome to the site from Ohio! Hope you find a way to make the bike work for you.

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 on: Today at 11:26:56 AM 
Started by Rog - Last post by bigC
Welcome to the site from Ohio!

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 on: Today at 11:07:59 AM 
Started by GregKhougaz - Last post by GregKhougaz
This topic has been moved to Twin Cam.

https://www.cvoharley.com/smf/index.php?topic=116787.0

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 on: Today at 10:41:35 AM 
Started by dhammond - Last post by dhammond
Wanting to upgrade my motor to put hp/tq in the 130+ range and keep the bike streetable and reliable for the long term. Which parts of my original motor (110ci) can i keep to achieve this. Anyone know of a good performance shop near Ohio that could help with this?

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 on: Today at 10:37:22 AM 
Started by naitram - Last post by RussW1911
Just to follow up.....  I paid specific attention to it last night and this morning.  When riding how I do, toes at the front end of the foot boards, the flare on the chin fairing absolutely directs the wind away from your knees and shins.  I really only got movement from my jeans down closer to my ankles.  So yes, it does keep the wind off you. 

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 on: Today at 10:36:13 AM 
Started by Johnchev89 - Last post by MCE Performance
Most definitely..   I will be dropping the heads off at cycle Rama and letting Wes deck them.  And measure the chambers for me...

You'll be in good hands there. (I'd try to get them at least to 10.4) Wes will give you advice though. Let us know
what he says!

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 on: Today at 09:47:14 AM 
Started by Screamin Eagle Carl - Last post by Jack
 :beatdeadhorse:
 
Wurth is a German co. You probably can't do better than this but some similar to the 65 bearing load this offers.

Coming up on 67k on the clock, had neck bearings replaced couple of seasons past.  Had a knock that wouldn't go away.  Been looking for this kind of tolerance, thanks for the info.

With a shop manual some simple tools and a digital gauge you can set the pre load on the Springer set up at the headlamp area.

30k on Amsoil then 30k on Mobil 1.  Now Quicksilver: http://www.quicksilver-products.com/powersports/motorcycle/engine-oils/

I highly recommend Mercury Marine "Quicksilver' Heavy air cooled v twin 20w50 full synthetic in motor (rated SM) highest rating.

Cooler running, quieter.

Recreational watercraft are constantly under load, not so for land vehicles.

Found on Walmart shelf gal jug $30.50 out the door....... J

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