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Thread: What did you do for your Buell today?

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    What I said before ;)

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    Dreamt a little about her

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    Great day working on the 2005 XB9SX. Changed the oil and filter, transmission fluid and installed new cover gaskets, adjusted the clutch, cleaned and re-oiled the K&N, cleaned the throttle body, and pulled the spark plugs (just to check to see how they were doing). Only problem was I picked up a nail in my rear tire on my last ride that I just noticed. Tire is now completely flat. Oh well, time for new wheel bearings, idler pulley bearings, and tires (just bought the new Dunlop Q3's). Almost ready for spring!!

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    Started to try and polish up my headers:). Really wished I hadn't had them wrapped the last 2 seasons:(

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    Lots of elbow grease my friend, lots of elbow grease!

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    Today I completed the XB9 primary gearing swap.









    Overall, it was pretty easy with the right tools. Need a BIG torque wrench to hit 250 ft-lb! I borrowed one...

    As an added bonus, you get to save 1 pound going to the smaller pulley! LOL

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    At that point it's really just a torque lever...

    Dreamt a little about her
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    Took it out for a ride with a few friends because of the beautiful weather we've been having.



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