I've got an '07 Night Train. I'm looking to upgrade the exhaust and have gotten about a million different answers none of which is helping. My question is can I just upgrade the exhaust with something that sounds and looks better than stock without going into all kind of mods right away. I know that half the fun of owning a Harley is customizing it but for now I'm just looking for some advise on the pipes. Do I have to install a race tuner ?? Do I have to get it Dyno'd ?? What advantage is there to using an entire new exhaust vs. slip on's ?? Do I need the high flow air filter?? I understand the Harley dealers love to upsell but do really need all that stuff just to get some better looks and sound ??
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The 07 bikes have the 02 sensors hat self adjust in cruise mode. The problem is that the mixture is real lean in this mode for EPA regs. When you add just slipons, the mixture will become a bit leaner and the 02 sensors will self adjust. Problem is they can only self adjust so much and are at the edge of the air fuel ratio that will give you a good running engine. With the addition of a fuel adjusting unit, whether it be a SERT or a PC III or TFI, the fuel will be richened up to a more workable ratio and the bike will run better and cooler.
The Stage 1 intake is optional but consider the addition of the stage 1 with slip ons and a fueler of sorts will add about 10-12 HP and also TQ which will make the bike run better and a bit cooler also.
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To answer your question, I have just looked at it, from my Hornby 00 days, couplers often needed a little gently bending to get them to latch automatically. Look at a coupler that works and compare it to the one that doesn't. Ben gently to copy the good one.
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The 2003 Night Train was 95.3 inches long, with a ground
clearance 5.5 inches and a seat height of 26.8 inches. The Night Train
had a wheelbase of 66.7 inches. The bike's dry weight was 672.4 lbs. The
Night Train featured a steel double cradle frame. According to the
Bikez Motorcycle Encyclopedia, customers had a choice between gunmetal
pearl and vivid black for colors on the Night Train. It supported two
The engine on the 2003 Night Train was a 1,449 cc
transverse-mounted air-cooled four-stroke two-cylinder engine with a
compression ratio of 8.8-to-1. It has an overhead valve system and two
valves per cylinder. The maximum torque on the Night Train is 78.2
foot-pounds at 3,200 rpm. It has a maximum power of 62.54 horsepower at
5,300 rpm. The bore and stroke on the 2003 model is 3.8 inches by 4
inches. The maximum speed on the Night Train is 105.63 miles per hour,
and it goes from 0 to 60 mph in 6.9 seconds.
The Night Train has a carburetor fuel system. The fuel tank
on the Night Train has a maximum capacity of 5 gallons. It has a
five-speed manual transmission with belt final drive. The Night Train
features a wet multiple-disk clutch that is cable operated. The front
suspension on the Night Train is a cartridge suspension that has a
travel of 5.08 inches. The rear suspension is a mono shock swing arm
with a travel of 4.06 inches. The brakes on the front and rear are 11.5
inches. Both the front and rear brakes are a single disc.
You need one of the key fobs, or the access code to release it through the handle bars. you should have gotten these when you purchased the bike.
If you have access to neither, then you will have to take it to your local HD dealer and have them reset the system for you.