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post #11 of 13 Old 06-01-2016, 09:23 PM
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Brock love the BST wheels.... That's my kinda Harley!

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post #12 of 13 Old 07-08-2016, 02:25 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the nice comments guys.

Brock, your FXR is absolutely sick, sure its a long shot, sounds like you're in love but if you ever feel like parting w/ it I'm your guy ..... Please post up pics of the 2002 Dyna when you're done. ps: Hear ya on the its like relaxing in a pool deal, lol!

I've put 2000 miles on the CVO Street Glide in last 2+ months and couldnt be happier with it, there was one thing that I knew I wanted to change from new, had to get rid of the cat & get it tuned. The cat is about a foot long and sits right where your leg is when stopped & generates heat. I went w/ a stainless FullSac catless header which follows the same lines as the stock headers / use the oem heat shields so looks stock which I like for this bike plus keeps the 2-1-2 which is important for low end torque (vs 2-2) on these stock 110 cu " motors. Rinehart Racing 4" mufflers & Techno Research Direct link tune. They spent a good deal of time tuning each cylinder. Pulls stronger, sounds much better, runs cooler & the butt dyno is very happy, runs smoother & idles better too. These a pretty torquey motors , 114 ft/lbs w/ just a pipe, flash & tune. Andrew Rosa in Huntington NY was good to deal with, would recommend his shop for dyno tuning.



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I'm sure I spotted a 996 turbo in one of your pictures? Good choice, I've had mine for nearly 9 years. Any mods?
It's a 997 Turbo Cab. I bought it new 8 yrs ago. Nothing crazy, needed to keep it driveable as my DD when I was commuting 50 miles a day; Stage II Evolution Motorsports ecu flash/kit, Tubi exhaust, IPD intake. Champion Wheels, Ti wheel bolts, wrapped in Expel, etc. It's a 6 speed car, carbon ceramics from the factory, carbon fiber interior. She goes pretty good.



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