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Old 01-23-2009, 04:28 PM   #21
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vrod engine was developed by porche.

doesn't make is not a harley...
i'm just glad ones not in my driveway.
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The vrod was designed by porsche engineers and was a gp style engine, its nothing like a traditional Harley
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Its a great bike don't get me wrong I'm thinking of buying my buddies nightrod but I just don't consider those a true Harley
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Unless you are going to get a chain drive closed primary go for the 3 inch open. I had a dry closed primary with a liitle less that a 2inch belt that I snapped 3 times. Not fun. I would get at least at 3 inch open. I like the way they look even though they get rock chips in them like max said I have never broken mine and i haul everywhere. Never had a springer heard they are hard to ride on bumpy surfices. But they dooo look so bad .
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Unless you are going to get a chain drive closed primary go for the 3 inch open. I had a dry closed primary with a liitle less that a 2inch belt that I snapped 3 times. Not fun. I would get at least at 3 inch open. I like the way they look even though they get rock chips in them like max said I have never broken mine and i haul everywhere. Never had a springer heard they are hard to ride on bumpy surfices. But they dooo look so bad .
Well the bike already has a closed chain primary, the mechanic said its best to keep it but I don't like the way they look. The older style closed primary were big and bulky and I don't think I can swap it with the newer style that's more round. Also seems like the more people I talk to say the springer front is mainly looks and rides like chit.
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