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    Using this muffler will not solve your actuator...

    Using this muffler will not solve your actuator error code. You could use ecmdroid to disable it, though.

    If you just put this muffler on, you will still get the error.
  2. Thread: Noisy Girl

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    Ok, so it isn’t actually seized... Something...

    Ok, so it isn’t actually seized...

    Something still doesn’t sound right. You should be able to turn the crank in the opposite direction quite a bit, and move the offending piston back into BDC.
    ...
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    Those roads in Nebraska must be really bad then....

    Those roads in Nebraska must be really bad then. I stopped riding in Houston partially due to the crap roads there.
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    Unless you had a piston seize in a bore, I can’t...

    Unless you had a piston seize in a bore, I can’t imagine something in the top end causing it to seize.

    Dump the oil and check for metal shavings. If it truly did seize, it’s likely the bottom end....
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    I'm 5'10" and felt more comfortable on the SS....

    I'm 5'10" and felt more comfortable on the SS. The slightly longer wheelbase and slacker HTA slowed the handling down just a touch, which I appreciated. I'm more of a slower, more cautious rider, and...
  6. Are those the blue seals with the "base"? Like...

    Are those the blue seals with the "base"?

    Like this:
    https://st-paul-harley-davidson-buell.myshopify.com/products/26995-86-a-james-gaskets-intake-seals-l2c6-1

    I always has trouble getting the...
  7. Thread: Noisy Girl

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    My CR was noisy, but it wasn't a ticking or...

    My CR was noisy, but it wasn't a ticking or clanking sound. It was more of a gear/chain whine noisy.... but no more than a Japanese OHC bike.

    So, the $3000 question is.... will it turn over by...
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    This quote?..... I'm 5'8" 30" inseam, with a few...

    This quote?..... I'm 5'8" 30" inseam, with a few great deals on 2 different SS's in front of me, while I'm searching for an SCG or S. any comments? and if its worth it to buy and lower it?[/QUOTE]...
  9. Damn! That’s pretty smart!! :eagerness::up:

    Damn! That’s pretty smart!! :eagerness::up:
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    Fixed it for you

    Fixed it for you
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    Thanks Coots, now all I can think of is that the...

    Thanks Coots, now all I can think of is that the OP has one of those diver/treasure chest aquarium things in his fuel tank.
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    Boiling fuel, bike felt warmer than normal, and...

    Boiling fuel, bike felt warmer than normal, and the fan wasnt turning on after shutdown.

    When I grounded the wire that normally went to the heat sensor, the fan turned on, so I realized it was...
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    2003 used a different belt and pulleys than...

    2003 used a different belt and pulleys than 04-up. Its not just the belt size, but also the tooth pitch. 03 bikes can use the 04- later belt, but you need the 04-up pulleys and parts.
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    I've had 2 bikes that boiled fuel and it usually...

    I've had 2 bikes that boiled fuel and it usually is a very faint bubbling, almost hissing sound. Its similar to when you heat up water on the stove, and the boiling just start. If its not negative...
  15. I like the couch of the SS bikes, but if you are...

    I like the couch of the SS bikes, but if you are serious about shortening it up, you may want to consider doing a conversion to a Firebolt rear. The tubular style subframe is much easier to...
  16. Marc / purpony is a good dude.

    Marc / purpony is a good dude.
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    I normally replace all of my stock XB bars with a...

    I normally replace all of my stock XB bars with a Renthal low bar. On one I put a Streetfighter on it, but didn’t care for the position. Neither required new cables, but any wider/taller etc and I...
  18. Seek out the member known as purpony. He can make...

    Seek out the member known as purpony. He can make all of your wildest dreams come true.

    http://www.mcmoto-worx.com/buell-xb-series-parts.html
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    KTM dirt bike

    Thoughts? Discuss. Go!

    https://www.ktm.com/us/enduro/250-xc-w-tpi/

    I already feel the money leaving my wallet.
  20. Thread: butchcr

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    If you know how to tune yourself, you can get a...

    If you know how to tune yourself, you can get a "Buelltooth" module and build/modify/edit a map.

    If you do not, you're probably better off contacting IDS and having them build you a custom map on...
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    How did you lose 1st and 2nd? Can you just not...

    How did you lose 1st and 2nd? Can you just not shift into them? Losing both "probably" isnt a dog. I'd lean more towards a bent/damaged fork or maybe one of the springs on the shift shaft came off,...
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    This is probably what is going on. You may have...

    This is probably what is going on. You may have rounded over dogs (or a broken one)

    https://www.hdforums.com/forum/sportster-models/1115411-transmission-problem-for-evo-sportster-common.html
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    The center section is riveted onto the sides at...

    The center section is riveted onto the sides at the factory, so most used ones you see for sale will be a complete chin fairing. That said, any money saved will likely be spent in shipping, as the 3...
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    BTW, the rotor "floats" on springs/slider bolts....

    BTW, the rotor "floats" on springs/slider bolts. I'd make sure those are freed up before hucking money at a new rotor. If you do indeed need a new rotor, theres some guy from PA who sells them. :up:...
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