Question about 2000 Harley Davidson FXSTB Night Train
As a fellow motorcyclist let me say welcome, and here are some tips for you. Get a Clymer's or Haynes manual for your bike. The diagrams and instructions will show you how to do simple maintenance yourself, saving you money and teaching you a lot about your bike. Second, don't worry about performance upgrades. Your motorcycle even if completely stock will out accelerate any four wheeler you have ever driven and has far more capability than you do as a new rider. Just ride it, get used to it and figure out what kind of riding you enjoy. A few months or a year from now if you get on it every time and think, "Gee, I sure wish I had another 30 hp," then you are probably ready to get a faster bike. Battery voltmeter to monitor the charging system is a cheap option, as is oil temp gauge but you most likely will not need either one. Don't worry about Stage I tuning, the bike will run fine with stock or stage one and be more driveable stock. Just ride it and find some riding buddies, bike nights in your area, join the american motorcyclist association or the harley owners group. Other riders are a great resource.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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