Question about Harley Davidson Motorcycles
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi Anonymous, you can either drive it and see how it performs or give the nice folks at Rinehart a call for suggestions. Good luck and have nice day.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1000s breather
by the frame but from looking at old posts it seems it should be mounted into the spigot on the engine casing? Also my bike has K&N's so obviuosly the old airfilter box has been removed. Thus the vent to atmoshere which used to run through this box now simply runs down to the back of the engine. ... so my 2nd question is this... should this vent to atmosphere have a valve on it? ,The breather system should have one valve in it and it should be AFTER the breather box on the line that vents to atmosphere. THis is to stop wet cold air entering the breather box and mixing with hot oily air and making mayonaise or aioli. Guzzi's earlier attempts put two valves between the breather box and crankcase - stupid. If you're bike has the old breather box and not the breather box in the frame like the later square fins then remove them - one is hidden in the supply pipe in the breather box - remove with hammer and screwdriver. This will also stop the engine pumping oil up the return line and out of the engine. Any 4 cylinder automotive spring loaded PCV valve will do pretty well. You can improve the efficiency of the breather box by lightly stuffing it with stainless steel wool or such. If the rings are good and the sump level is right it will not drip oil IME.,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
I think you need to cover all bases.Check out all ign stuff distributer electronics an stuff.Does it have stage I ign.?Also where is the miss?out pipes or breather?Check voltage to plugs and maybe change plug heat range.Don't forget fuel pressure at throttle body.
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
yes,there is more you can do.Like a big bore kit,matched with some higher rpm cams, but remember this is a softail with the balancer motor so it will always steal some power away from the wheel.
Posted on May 12, 2010
if you buy a Power Commander from a company called Dynojet then yes you can adjust the system yourself however even if you get a power commander my suggestion is to take the bike to a dealership that has a Dynomometer and have the bike tuned on the Dyno that way you know exactly what your fuel is doing and you dont lean the mixture out to much
Posted on May 20, 2010
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