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Will the 66 tooth rear pulley from the Raider fit my V Star 950 ? i want to lower my revs at cruizing speed. i can get a 150 tooth belt that should work with the Raider pulley

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Hi, Kenthedrumme after careful deliberation 4 out 5 Yamaha Gods give this one a thumbs up, but just to be on the safe side you should give your local dealer's parts/service department a call to confirm.
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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.

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SOURCE: I'm replacing the pulley and rear wheel on my 2003

If you've got a wheel, simply count the teeth on the rear pulley. A 70 tooth rear pulley is stock on a Harley. As for your wheel, it should be stamped on the rim what size if is. If you don't have anything to look at, see if you can find the specs on the bike on the Internet somewhere. Try this site.
http://www.motorcycle.com/specs/american-ironhorse/cruiser/2007/tejas-reg/base/detail.html

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