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    The box channels air away from your legs and in combo with the side panels moves the air to the rear of the bike. No additional fan; although if you could arrange for a second fan to have a pitch a third below the first one... If music be the food of Love ride on.

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    Maybe you can get your fans to do something like this:

    https://youtu.be/cM_sAxrAu7Q

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totoro View Post
    Good advice... I also own a 883 sportster and a Suzuki sv1000 (V twin). I am familiar with Twin vibes. Added the circle earth mod and it really helped smoothing out the idle and low throttle acceleration. I check the batteries and top up their charges on a regular basis; So far so good.
    Can you please explain what the "circle earth mod" is?

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    https://www.buellxb.com/forum/showth...ms-Why-and-How

    I own five Saabs. Another extinct worthwhile manufacturer. Many ground problems. Many. Since I have been keeping them running since the turn of the century when I picked up my Ulysses I automatically cleaned all the grounds; then reinforced them with the help of the article cited. I think it runs better... Can't hurt. Cleaning and protecting Grounds can't hurt and can keep you on the road.



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