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    38656-00ya

    Hay Barrett,

    Was 38656-00YA ever used on a Harley or only Buell applications?

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    https://sphdonline.com/products/copy...4dd8531a&_ss=r

    You don't want to pay $56 bucks for a new one in stock? Cheap-o....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    https://sphdonline.com/products/copy...4dd8531a&_ss=r

    You don't want to pay $56 bucks for a new one in stock? Cheap-o....
    Nah, impatient-o.

    If it’s a regular Sportster cable, it’s likely in stock at a dealer. I’d be surprised if this part was unique to Buell, especially for its year, but so far all the number references is Buell.

    Hey, while you’re at it, will you look it up on New Castle? Also these as well.

    P0107.8C
    P0114.8B
    P0152.2A
    P0153.TA
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    Aaron: Buell only. Sportsters and big-twins have round loop "eyelet" style lever end. Buell has round "pea" style lever end. pea style fits directly into lever assembly. eyelet style requires pin and circlip to fit the lever. i believe the tubers used the eyelet style clutch cable while the XB series switched over to the pea style clutch cable.
    system shows 38656-00YA was dropped early 2016 and now listed as 38656-00Y. doesn't say why which is typical.

    We thru now? was at the lounge having a cocktail with friends and interrupted the festivities to answer this ****.

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    At least someone here knows what they are talking about!

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    And another thing Super Cooter, what’s up with this?

    The R/R on my bike shows to have an original part # of 74523-91, which according to Cycle Electric crosses to their CE-206 regulator, but that supposedly has the “H” connector, which I don’t have. Mine is a either a “J” or “K” by looking at the pic, but the applications show it’s likely the “J”

    Twin motorcycles shows that a DS313035 which they have listed as fitting all of the tubers. However it appears to cross to a CE-209 which doesn’t even appear on the Cycle Electric webpage.

    St Paul lists a Y0302.F BUELL VOLTAGE REGULATOR, but it only fits 1998-2002 M2, S3, 1999-2002 X1. However googling that part number 74567-98Y which doesnt even cross to anything on the Cycle Electric page.

    I tried emailing and calling the main website number and right now I am pissed off!!!!

    I demand a correct answer! PRONTO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 34nineteen View Post
    And another thing Super Cooter, what’s up with this?

    The R/R on my bike shows to have an original part # of 74523-91, which according to Cycle Electric crosses to their CE-206 regulator, but that supposedly has the “H” connector, which I don’t have. Mine is a either a “J” or “K” by looking at the pic, but the applications show it’s likely the “J”

    Twin motorcycles shows that a DS313035 which they have listed as fitting all of the tubers. However it appears to cross to a CE-209 which doesn’t even appear on the Cycle Electric webpage.

    St Paul lists a Y0302.F BUELL VOLTAGE REGULATOR, but it only fits 1998-2002 M2, S3, 1999-2002 X1. However googling that part number 74567-98Y which doesnt even cross to anything on the Cycle Electric page.

    I tried emailing and calling the main website number and right now I am pissed off!!!!

    I demand a correct answer! PRONTO!
    Oh for f*cks sake! I'm pissed at Cooter for not pointing out this issue!

    So when I DID A GOOGLE SEARCH and found the S1 parts diagram. I DID SOME RESEARCH, and realized the old part number for my R/R is 74523-91, which is NLA.

    So, when I went to Cycle Electrics webpage I looked up my part # on their handy dandy reference sheet and found this:

    H CE-206 74523-91 1991
    All XL Models With Battery Only

    So, when I looked up the plug diagram for "H", it showed a 3 plug connector with a single ring connector. Mine definitely has only a 2 plug connector.

    Looking closer (and using a computer, not an iphone screen).... I realized this...



    The third pin is actually a shadow! UGH!

    Well, at least now I know... CE-206.

    Its amazing what you can figure out when you don't rely on others (aka Souper Coutre) and just do a little bit of research.

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    Ordered from St Paul HD.

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    As a preventative measure? or busted parts?

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    I noticed a little drip of oil on the bottom of the cable housing. Looking closer, the vinyl housing is cracking and falling apart, so I figured one of two courses of action.

    1. Add a bottle of trans stop leak
    2. Replace the cable.

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