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  1. HA HA!! oh wait :mad-new::black_eyed:

    HA HA!!


    oh wait :mad-new::black_eyed:
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    I'm sure electric motorcycles will have...

    I'm sure electric motorcycles will have depreciation problems for awhile. The technology is moving so fast and improving so drastically, that the next years model will likely walk all over the...
  3. So, whatcha getting? I enjoy projects. I am...

    So, whatcha getting? I enjoy projects.

    I am rebuilding a Honda GL650 into a cafe bike...but keep getting derailed into another Buell.
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    Right now a Sportster is 1/2 that for about the...

    Right now a Sportster is 1/2 that for about the same range. Even my Roadster with the 3.5 gal "walnut" tank, only gets about 125 miles to a tank.

    As much as I dig electric bikes and cars, and...
  5. This is my old SS. I still regret selling it. ...

    This is my old SS. I still regret selling it.

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    I'd love to replace it, but I'm realizing that I like project bikes more than "just put gas in and ride" ones.

    I've been contemplating...
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    Also get the spring compressor. Sure, you can...

    Also get the spring compressor. Sure, you can build a homebrew on like AZM did in his video, but the actual tool is much much better.

    http://traxxion.com/product/fork-spring-compressor-kit/
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    Says the guy from the country that has Spotted...

    Says the guy from the country that has Spotted Dick and Vegemite. :upset:

    And welcome to the forum :up:


    POP TARTS ARE THE BEST.... I NEED TO TRY THAT BUTTER THING SOMETIME. I feel my arteries...
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    HUGE PITA is dead on! I've found that most of...

    HUGE PITA is dead on!

    I've found that most of the allen sockets dont have enough "allen tool" sticking out get proper purchase of the bolt. Or the socket part is too wide and wont allow the allen...
  9. I went through my spare Harley and Buell parts...

    I went through my spare Harley and Buell parts this weekend to see if I still had the part. I dont :upset:
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    Make sure you have a long allen wrench, WITHOUT A...

    Make sure you have a long allen wrench, WITHOUT A "BALL" END. I bought a long allen just for this task, and use a wrench for leverage. You DO NOT WANT to damage this bolt.

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  11. Stop it you two, I don’t need another motorcycle....

    Stop it you two, I don’t need another motorcycle. Must resist.
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    Yeah, definitely keep us informed of the outcome....

    Yeah, definitely keep us informed of the outcome. If itís not the brakes causing it, it could very well be a bushing(s) wearing out in the fork. A bit too much grit in the oil may have accelerated...
  13. What bar setup is that? Crossroads clip ons? Do...

    What bar setup is that? Crossroads clip ons? Do you still have the original parts?

    Never mind.... I'm not interested. (if I keep saying that I might believe it). Its too far from Phx to SF...
  14. You may want to direct that question to EBR...

    You may want to direct that question to EBR directly. Seems like your past dealings with them have been GREAT!

    I held off buying an 1190 due to (my perceptions of) parts concerns, but Cooter,...
  15. I agree with the Coots. I buy new sleeves...

    I agree with the Coots.

    I buy new sleeves whenever I buy new bearings. All it takes is one hamfisted knucklehead PO to overtighten it, crush the sleeve a little and have a bunch of bearing issues...
  16. The part was fairly inexpensive from the dealer....

    The part was fairly inexpensive from the dealer. Its been a few years, but this looks like it. Pic 2 and 3. I remember it wrapping around the subframe and being pretty basic. The PO of my 1125CR had...
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    It could be worn bushings in the fork legs.... or...

    It could be worn bushings in the fork legs.... or the pads moving in the calipers.




    Thank you for that tip. I typically use an old brass door hinge, but I like your idea better.
  18. Thread: Newbie

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    Thx John. I may have to actually buy the comfort...

    Thx John. I may have to actually buy the comfort kit itself. Normally, I just buy the exhaust shield and scoop parts separately.


    Always a big help and super informative!!!!:eagerness:
  19. Long story short... I came into the dealer to buy...

    Long story short... I came into the dealer to buy that cover (mine was missing on the CR), and left (eventually) with a Roadster.
  20. Thread: Newbie

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    I'd never seen that shroud before. Does it just...

    I'd never seen that shroud before. Does it just redirect the air flow from the fan downwards and out of the underseat compartment area?
  21. Like Cooter said, you could have issues with the...

    Like Cooter said, you could have issues with the handlebar hitting the fairing.

    A Z-bar or heli-bar may be a better solution so you can move the bar position around as needed for fitment.
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    Something low cost (but labor intensive) to look...

    Something low cost (but labor intensive) to look into is leaking intake manifold seals. If you are going to be spinning the wrenches yourself, it should be a low cost gamble (and may need done anyhow...
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    I thought the Drummer exhaust didn't use the...

    I thought the Drummer exhaust didn't use the valve. I know the SS model doesn't.
  24. That piece of plastic wound up costing me about...

    That piece of plastic wound up costing me about $12K in the long run!
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    Good move on purchasing the Buelltooth dongle. It...

    Good move on purchasing the Buelltooth dongle. It will help with troubleshooting and fault finding. You'll still need the ole noggin, but its a great tool to have.
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