Question about 2004 Harley Davidson XL 883C Sportster Custom
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Cool idea, that's a great looking tank. I am not positively sure but I don't think this is going to be a bolt on part with no mods to the tank. The easy part may be the mounting brackets. You can have them relocated by an experienced welder using your existing tank as a guide. The big problem may be in the fitting. It may be too long to fit between your steering head and your seat and/or it may sit too low and rest on your rocker covers (the tunnel looks pretty high). I'd bet it's going to be impossible for you to put your hands on a tank to see if it will fit but you may be able to measure one. Get the length from front to back, from frame to top (at the front) and from the top of the tunnel to the bottom of the tank. If it will fit on your frame all you may need to do is a little welding.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
I don't understand what you want. If you something to test the engine temperature, an infrared temperature sensor gun is the best way. Get one that will read somewhere around 300 degrees max. If your engine gets hotter than that, it's toasted anyway.
If you want something that you can mount on the engine and read the temp while riding, I don't ahve a clue. Maybe an industrial supply house or an engine oil temp gauge.
Keep in mind that you're dealing with an air cooled engine. Not water cooled nor forced air cooled. The engines temperature will vary depending on the speed of the vehicle and ambient temperature. Do not allow the engine to idle for extended periods of time. I've seen many air cooled engines "fried" due to this.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
what exactly are you looking for? overhaul,diagnostics If you know its the starter and cost is your concern you can usually find somthing aftermarket that will do the job for less than parts and time for a rebuild on a factory unit
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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