Question about 2001 Harley Davidson FLSTS Heritage Springer
First, is the bike stock? I've seen a lot of bikes that had been hopped up do this due to a much higher static compression created by an aftermarket camset.
Next, take the battery out and take it to a local auto parts house and have them check the battery. If it's good, take note of the CCA, cold cranking amps. Make sure all your battery connections are clean and tight. You may can get a higher rated battery.
Ignition timing may be too high. Your dealer can check that for you.
If all else fails, a high torque aftermarket starter may be the trick. They're expensive by they will crank most anything over.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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