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Front end i need a complete front end for my 94 super 111 any ideas, australia would be good

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A bit more info would be good, like, what exactly do you need, (as you have options) where are you, etc etc. The Super111 shares the same forks as the Speed Triple and Sprint Sports which broadens your search a bit. I think the slider lengths may have changed slightly around 95/96 though but will have to confirm that. 6 pot calipers from a Hayabusa are a straight bolt up fit, in case you find forks minus calipers. Forks are probably not going to be easy to come by but we will try! Cheers,

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This is strange. My first question is just how big is this cooler on the voltage regulator? It has to be some aftermarket addition because Harley does not put coolers on the regulators, the regulators are designed with cooling fins on them. Secondly, has any modifications been made to the original front end or fender? The Super Glide came with the same front end as a Sportster for all practical purposes. Lastly, with the engine off and the transmission in neutral. Hold the front brake and rock the bike forward and backwards. Feel for any looseness in the neck bearings or anywhere else in the front end. Also, look for cracks in the triple trees. If you feel it "klunking", the cause needs to be found and corrected immediately. This could be a very dangerous situation. Personally, I would not ride the bike until I made certain that the bike was safe to ride.

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Hello, I have a 94 Harley FXR. I went for a bike ride today and as I was riding I noticed a noise that would come and go coming from the front end. When I got home the engine died on me and now it wont...


Check for battery voltage going to the primary side of the coil when you have the switch turned on. If you don't have any voltage, you won't have any spark either. You may have to disconnect the small wires to check for the voltage.

You can test the coil using an ohm meter. Disconnect the small wires and put your meter's function switch in R X 1 position. Touch the meter leads to each of the primary coil winding posts. You should read between 2-3 ohms.

As for the noise from the front end, I don't have any idea. You may want to pull the headlamp and look inside the there. I think the FXR is like a Sportster in the fact that most of the wiring is in the headlight assembly.

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Hellow i need a set off rings for my 94 exc 550,liv in west australia service is slack


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This is typical of all Harley's that I know of. rejetting is not going to help. Since the engine is a single carburetor engine, if you rejet to lean the rear cylinder out, you also lean the front cylinder as well. If it's running correctly now, rejetting to lean the rear will cause the front cylinder to become too lean and overheat.

Since you're complaining of "soot" in the rear pipe, I'm assuming that there is no soot in the front pipe. Most Harleys do tend to have a little difference in the mixture between the two cylinders but this sounds like a bit too much difference to me. The reason for the soot is that the rear cylinder is running richer than the front. A reason for that could be a vacuum leak to the front cylinder causing that mixture to be lean and diverting the fuel to the rear cylinder resulting in a rich mixture in that cylinder. Check for vacuum leaks at the intake to heads junction, at the vacuum port off the carb.

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Does it have a bad fork seal? Check this by popping the dust cover off the lower legs and if you see fork oil on top of the seal than it has gone dad and needs replaced. Adding oil to the forks will stiffen then back up but if you have bad seals then you will be adding more oil again in a very short time and also this is dangerous cause the oil can get on the brake pads and cause brake fade when you need them.
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But, it it sounds good below and above this RPM range, it's probably motor mounts. The FXR had the small rubber engine mounts. Check the front one first as it's fairly simple to check. The rear engine mounts are on the through bolt that holds the rear of the transmission and swingarm in. You have to pull the swingarm out to replace these.
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