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Check for your fastener under your gas Tank that hold the Motor, often this fastener become loose due to the engine pulse....

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'03 FLTHPI 43,000 miles.Vibration between1,500 & 2000 rpms. before or after that it smooths out.

You could have a problem with the rubber engine mounts or the stabilizer links or both. It's not unusual to have a vibration at idle and up to about the 2000 rpm point on most rubber mount machines. This is because the rubber mounts are designed to dampen the high frequency vibrations at the engine speed people usually ride at, over 2000 rpm.

Now, if you've suddenly developed this vibration, I'd check the engine mounts and stabilizer links. The stabilizer links look kind of like those turn type cable tensioners. I think there are two on your bike, one up above the carb/ throttle body, and possibly one near the front motor mount.

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My 2009 Dyna Super Glide Custom motorcycle has had an unusual amount of vibration overall when under way while accelerating or deaccelerating through 2nd, 3rd, and 4th gears. It seems to me to be either...

You can check for a loose or broken motor mount but you need to consider how the rubber mounts work. The mounts absorb high frequency vibrations. Low frequency vibrations will be felt throughout the machine.

On most Dyna's, the bike vibrates when idling. When accelerating though the gears (and decelerating back down) if the engine rpm's gets below about 2000 rpm's, you'll feel the vibration. Once above this level, the bike smooths out due to the change in frequency of the vibrations. I have owned a '94 FXDWG since new and this is my experience with the bike.

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2000fxst 44000miles it is developing a motor vibration above 2500rpm I am concerned with the balancing shafts and chain assembly.what is normal wear time and replacement?

You may want to check all of you engine mouting bolts to make sure they are torqued correctly. As to the shafts and chain they are really only replaced when out of limits. I would be very surprised if they were out of limits and the only problem. While I have not seen every 88B motor....we rebuild them and most often don't replace those items. Hope this helps.


Sep 03, 2009 | 2000 Harley Davidson FXST Softail Standard

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Vibration when riding idleing think maybe motor mount how do i chrck it

Check the engine mounts to the frame. these are isolated by rubber and you may have broken one gettin' on it at the light.

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