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Old 03-24-2014, 12:22 PM   #61
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at this stage its easy, I dont think you have the rocker boxes on yet but if so, just loosen, dont remove the rocker boxes to release the spring pressure on the cams, then unbolt cam cover, remove being careful to not let the cams fall out and the chopping of the cam cover is a breeze, just turn upside down and follow the bolt holes and cut right down the wall so to speak. then paint or powder and slip it back on and tighten the rocker boxes.
I can sand it exile style
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Old 03-24-2014, 12:36 PM   #62
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I don't remember having to do anything special when I cleaned mine up, but then again as I recall my '05 didn't have the timing module (or whatever it is) in the cover like the older ones did.
This bike has screamin eagle ecu, coil, flat side carb.
This motor is being transplanted into a cafe racer I'm building or the buell motor transmission would be better
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This bike has screamin eagle ecu, coil, flat side carb.
This motor is being transplanted into a cafe racer I'm building or the buell motor transmission would be better
what size flat slide? I have a 42 Mikuni around here somewhere
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Old 03-24-2014, 01:47 PM   #64
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what size flat slide? I have a 42 Mikuni around here somewhere
42mm
I have the rear brake master cylinder on the sprocket cover on this bike. Can't remove n cut cam cover without more modifications.

Idk if this motor with 75,000 miles can handle turbo
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I made a bracket that holds the master behind the frame right under the swingarm, hidden and made a longer rod that moved a cantilever to change the push direction, worked awesome and got it up and out of the way.
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Found the 1/4" hole. Easy fix
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Old 03-24-2014, 07:37 PM   #69
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My son bought a sticker kit for his bike with his birthday money. Just finished installing.
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Thx. I have not been beat by a Harley yet. Just haven't come across the right rider yet.
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Idk if this motor with 75,000 miles can handle turbo
Only one way to find out... and it either will, or will not. lmao
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Lol right. Rough cut done.
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Are you leaving that "tail" along the bottom of the cam cover? Don't think I've seen anyone do that before.
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thats kind of a cool look, I dig it, most folks like myself unshroud the bottom also to expose the oil pump, but I like the spear at the bottom.
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Thanks guys. I like it too and it's different. I'm prolly going to leave it like it is.
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