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If you know what jet size you want just drop the float bowl cover, remove the jet and replace it or resize it. If you do not know what size jetting you want/need post a lot more informastio that can be related to to advise you proerly.

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Hi , I'm just enquiring if anyone knows the fork stem shaft diameter for a 2001 fxd? Tia

Hi, Mark the answer to this question is way above my pay grade for this situation, I would call or visit my local dealer or reputable shop's service/parts department and inquire about any possible quick fix, answers, or parts inquiry.
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2001 FXD - What are the specs for front fork travel and how do I change the tube oil?

You are going to need a service manual, it is too long a process to go into right here. Use Harley type E fork oil

Sep 17, 2014 | 2001 Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide

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Choke knob doesn't stay open on 2001 H-D Superglide fxd

there should be a 17mm brass nut behind the knob. loosen it and tighten the black plastic nut outside by hand until the knob will stay out on it's own. do not lubricate the shaft and do not over tighten by hand. then re tighten the 17mm brass nut that holds the cable to the motorcycle.

Jul 27, 2012 | 2001 Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide

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I installed straight drag pipes on my 2002 super glide. Runs great but second cylinder pops on decel and pops when idles. Also shows some sign of black soot at end of this pipe. Gets 48 mpg plus. there...

This is typical of all Harley's that I know of. rejetting is not going to help. Since the engine is a single carburetor engine, if you rejet to lean the rear cylinder out, you also lean the front cylinder as well. If it's running correctly now, rejetting to lean the rear will cause the front cylinder to become too lean and overheat.

Since you're complaining of "soot" in the rear pipe, I'm assuming that there is no soot in the front pipe. Most Harleys do tend to have a little difference in the mixture between the two cylinders but this sounds like a bit too much difference to me. The reason for the soot is that the rear cylinder is running richer than the front. A reason for that could be a vacuum leak to the front cylinder causing that mixture to be lean and diverting the fuel to the rear cylinder resulting in a rich mixture in that cylinder. Check for vacuum leaks at the intake to heads junction, at the vacuum port off the carb.

Another suggestion is that usually drag pipes have a "flat spot" in their performance at around 55 to 65 mph due to a lack of backpressure, I'd install a bolt in the rear of the pipes. On most drag pipes, there is a hole to bolt the baffles into the end of the pipe with. Take a 1/4" X 1 1/4" stainless steel bolt and insert it into the hole. Up inside the pipe, put three stainless steel nuts on the bolt. Do this to each pipe. It does not effect the sound of the pipes but does provide just enough backpressure to almost completely eliminate the flat spot.

Good Luck

Oct 13, 2010 | 2001 Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide

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2000 legend 900, new t o me. Backfires flame out of the exhaust. It looks like aftermarket pipes. Should I rejet or go back to original exhaust?

well if you like the sound and looks of the aftermarket pipe then rejetting would be the best thing to do to solve the problem and to keep the performance and sound. if you are not wanting to deal with the rejetting then the easiest fix would be to put the stock pipe back on. if you need more help or info just ask.

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Harley wheels

Don't think so. Sportster and Dyna wheels interchange, depending on the year. Check with dealer for the Sporty/Dyna wheels that will fit.

Mar 19, 2010 | 2001 Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide

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Changed exhaust did not rejet pops when ideling

If you went to a less restrictive exhaust and didnt rejet and the bike is popping its running to lean. Need to rejet the carbs when you open up the exhaust.

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Which plug is for oil on 2001 fxd hd

Two are the engine oil one is probably the tranny fluid.

Lookin from the primary side u'll see a hex bolt that sits vertical near the bottom of the pan , thats your main oil drain plug

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