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High speed engine cut out issue

Engine will cut-out and run very broken up when rider in speeds over 70 MPH

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Hi Anonymous, this question has already been asked and answered. Thank you

Posted on May 15, 2015

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SOURCE: misses at cruizing speeds when engine gets warm. accels ok

Sounds like drumbanger is on the right track. If this bike ran ok in the past and you have not made exhaust or intake changes, the low speed jet may be partially plugged or you have developed an intake air leak. If this problem has always been there or you have changed something, consider going up a size or 2 on the low speed jet.

Posted on Dec 25, 2008

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SOURCE: bike sputters at mid to high speed.

the ignition coil is going bad probably overheating

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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SOURCE: check engine light comes on

light probably comming on because fuel/air mixture not ideal

Posted on Aug 08, 2009

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SOURCE: 2005 dyna wide glide...fuel injected...have engine

This could be a result from a couple of different things however if your vibration is at idol and has and keeps getting worse it is proably one of the motor mounts. These can very difficult to see so if you remove one there is a thin lip above the rubber and metal bracket and if that is not there then the mount is no good

Posted on Dec 24, 2009

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SOURCE: oil blow-by out of breather/air

The EPA requires that all crankcase vented air pressure be run through the engine to be burned. In order to comply with this, the crankcase vented air is vented through a hole in each head and is carried to the air filter by large hollow bolts called "union bolts". There is one on either side of the air filter element. Since the vented air has an oil mist in it, this mist will eventually build up in the air cleaner and drip out or be blown out by the wind. You should clean this buildup out of the air filter assembly regularily. If the build up is excessive, it could be due to excessive crankcase pressure due to wear in the rings or it could be caused by the umbrella seals in the center rocker box cover not sealing well. Replacing the umbrella seals is simply but it requires the removal of the rocker box covers. To get the covers off, you'll have to remove the fuel tank.

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Steve

Posted on Jul 04, 2011

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